- Amanda Davis, who has been a staple of television news in Atlanta for decades, has suffered a stroke.
Davis, 62, was an anchor at WGCL-TV for almost a year after spending 26 years at WAGA-TV, the newspaper said.
At the time of her feature, Davis had been plagued by a series of DUI arrests, claiming difficulties with a past relationship saw her slowly transforming from a "social drinker" to someone with a genuine disorder. She was an anchor for CBS 46 and often anchored the morning and midday news.
She wrote about the importance of sharing her story to help others and appreciating second and third chances in a piece for CBS 46.
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Davis was heading to San Antonio after the death of father when she suffered the stroke, a family friend said. She started with WAGA in 1986 and retired from the station in 2013.
Amanda Davis won an Emmy for her journalism skill.
She also posted about "staying strong" over the Christmas period following the loss of her beloved parent.
- CHAN (@_ulove_chan) May 19, 2016Amanda Davis CBS46 anchor comes clean about her alcoholic addiction. "So sad to hear she has passed".
"I feel whole again, ready to see what life has in store for me next", she said.
Davis joined CBS46 as a morning anchor in January.