Fired St. Louis Anchor Says He Has a Job Offer


Former KMOV Anchor Larry Connors says he has a job offer, but that he can't accept it because of his non-compete.  

Conners claims that the job opportunity is in St. Louis.

Conners wrote on his Facebook saying, "I have been offered a job to return to broadcasting in St. Louis."

Connors was fired from KMOV when he made a Facebook post claiming that the IRS was "hammering" him after an interview he did with President Obama. Connors implied that interview was the reason the IRS was targeting him, when in fact his problems with the IRS started much earlier than that.  

Connors filed a discrimination suit against the station after they sacked him.  

Connors wrote on Facebook "my attorney, Merle Silverstein, is filing to stop KMOV from enforcing the non-compete so I can return to St. Louis airwaves."