Steve anchors the news on CBS13 on the weekends and reports during the week.
He has also worked as a morning anchor/weathercaster at KCOY-TV in Santa Maria, sports director at KVIQ-TV in Eureka, and videographer at KEYT-TV in Santa Barbara.
When he’s not working, Steve likes spending time with family and friends, firing up the barbecue, and keeping his fantasy football team at the top of the standings.
Steve’s recent stories
- Grant High Student Eyes Law Enforcement Career To Help Del Paso HeightsInside the hallways of Grant High School, he’s the kid everyone seems to know. Mention the name Johnny Coleman and the reaction is instant.
- Roseville Teacher Arrested In Decades-Old Child Molestation CasesThe mugshot shows James Carroll, teacher and youth minister, in the same white t-shirt he was wearing when cops surrounded his home for the surprise arrest.
- Ruhstaller Blames Bureaucracy For Solano County Shutting Down FarmCustomers at the Ruhstaller brewery farm and yard are now being turned away over permit problems.
- Sacramento State Professor Emeritus Excited To See Harriet Tubman On $20 BillIf money talks, then this is a whole new conversation.
- State Employee Accused Of Molesting Teen At Roseville GymPaul Lauterjung turned himself into police. Now the 61-year-old faces heinous allegations that the husband and father and longtime Roseville resident molested a teenage boy.
- Police Identify Suspect In Bizarre Standoff Outside California CapitolInvestigators have identified him as 27-year-old Edgar Rodriguez-Napoles.
- Video Shows Arrest Of Suspect In Interstate 80 CHP Hit-And-Run CrashExclusive video obtained by CBS13 shows the still unidentified CHP hit-and-run suspect surrounded by officers being hoisted to his shoeless feet while handcuffed.
- Manteca Power Poles Sent Flying After Big Rig Catches WireDennis Reis’ home looks like it could have been in a war zone.
- Relief From Skyrocketing Sacramento Rents Could Be On The HorizonA new report shows apartment rents in Sacramento are rising faster than anywhere else in the country. While renters are feeling a financial crunch, there are plans afoot to bring prices back down.
- Centuries-Old History Inspires North Franklin Business District’s New NameIt’s a busy boulevard featuring some favorite time-tested restaurants.
- MLS Commissioner Plans Sacramento Visit On April 14Don Garber awarded Minnesota the final franchise in the last expansion round before announcing the league would consider four more teams. While the Minnesota round planned for teams in place by 2020, there is no timeline for the additional four teams.
- Audit Blasts UC System For Choosing Out-Of-State Applicants Over CaliforniansIn the last several years, out-of-state enrollment increased 82 percent while residential enrollment dropped 1 percent.
- Blood Tests May Reveal Concussions Up To A Week LaterFor now, many athletes take baseline tests to determine whether they’ve received a concussion later. It requires some guesswork.
- Thieves Keep Stealing Sign For Glory Hole Drive In CaminoResidents who live on Glory Hole Drive in Camino say their street sign is being repeatedly stolen, and replacing it is expensive.
- Delta College Professor: Bathroom Robber Also Stole My Physical Well-BeingThe professor, who doesn’t want to be identified, wants people to get a good look at surveillance video and help find the woman who took more than her jewelry.
- Arrested Suspected Car Thief Turns Unmarked CHP Truck Into Getaway VehicleThe wild ride for Robert Gangl ended with the suspect back in handcuffs and chained to a stretcher to make sure there wouldn’t be another getaway.
- Vallejo Police Remarks On Kidnapping Case May Cost City In LawsuitThe lawsuit says the department “destroyed their reputations through an outrageous and wholly unfounded campaign of disparagement,” and “created a destructive nationwide media frenzy through public statements.”
- Neighbor Says Murder Victim Recently Took Suspect Into His HomeAs forensics teams finished gathering clues neighbor Jesse McKenna said he was was the first on scene, describing desperate moments, hearing gunshots and a car speed off.
- State Auditor Warns Caltrans Spending Habits Open Door To FraudThe audit reports the Caltrans maintenance division “has weak cost controls,” which “creates opportunities for fraud, waste, and abuse.”
- Investors Have Big Hopes For Marijuana IndustryA pharmaceutical company’s stock is on the rise after test results that could eventually lead to approval from the Food and Drug Administration for cannabis-based treatment of a specific form of children’s epilepsy.