The decision to name Joel Connable as Best News Anchor in our "Best of Miami" issue came months ago. Then WTVJ had to go and fire him, and no one is really sure why. Not even Connable, who's suing the last-place station.
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"I did not solicit favors from anybody... and I am truly hurt by the allegations," Connable tells the blog.