Amanda Davis died after having a stroke in the Atlanta airport. The popular anchor was laid to rest in a funeral that was open to the public.
A public viewing and funeral were held earlier this week. Both were open to the public.
Davis, 62, died from complications after a stroke at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. She was best known for the 26 years she spent at WAGA-TV, now a Fox affiliate. She retired from the station in 2012 after a DUI arrest, and was arrested on the same charge again in 2015.
Davis was candid about her drinking problems in a three-part series that aired on CBS46 in 2016. The station hired the award-winning television journalist to be a morning anchor in January.
Davis was currently the morning anchor for CBS46, but previously worked at FOX 5 Atlanta for 26 years.