Country star found dead from an apparent suicide
Mindy McCready, who hit the top of the country charts before personal problems sidetracked her career, died Sunday. She was 37.
Waren Olmstead, the coroner in Cleburne County, Ark., said McCready died Sunday in Heber Springs but couldn't immediately provide further details.
He didn't have further information on who was taking care of her two sons.
She arrived in Nashville in 1994 with tapes of her karaoke vocals and earned a recording contract with BNA Records.
In 1996, her ``Guys Do It All the Time'' hit No. 1 and its dig at male chauvinism endeared her to females. Her other hits included ``Ten Thousand Angels,'' also in 1996, and her album by that title sold 2 million copies.
However, personal problems plagued her beginning in 2004 and included a custody battle with her mother over one of her sons.