KATV Anchor Pressly Dies

. Sunday, October 26

LITTLE ROCK - Anne Pressly, an anchorwoman for KATV, was severely beaten around the head, face and neck on Monday at her home. Despite reduced brain swelling, she passed away yesterday at St. Vincent's Medical Center. Police believe she was a victim of a random attack and have no leads in the case, though they found that Pressly's credit card was used at a gas station on Monday.

"Life was easy for Anne Pressly. But it is her death that is so very hard for all of us," said Pamela Smith, a KATV co-anchor.


Anonymous said...

There are far too many sad stories like this about a single woman living alone.

For this reason, a handgun could save your life. If you want to learn how to shoot, learn about safe handling and refuse to be a victim.

Ask a friend or relative that owns a firearm and has been trained to use it to teach you.

Grandy said...

This is a horrible story to such a beautiful woman.