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
- Authorities Investigate Murder-Suicide At Rio Dell Caltrans FacilityInvestigators say Caltrans employee Terry Allen Hayse killed himself after first killing his supervisor, Annette Brooks.
- With Kings Season Over, Downtown Sacramento, Natomas Have Two Different TalesThe Kings wrapped up their first season outside of Natomas, and it's left John Cook feeling a pinch. He opened Malabar 10 years ago because it was close to the Kings' home court.
- Sacramento Mayor Speaks Out Against Man’s Violent Jaywalking ArrestSteinberg says the arrest is part of a culture problem in the Sacramento Police Department and departments across the country.
- Aerojet-Rocketdyne Pulling Manufacturing, 1,100 Jobs From Rancho CordovaThe aerospace and defense company revealed its closing its manufacturing plant and 1,100 positions will be eliminated or relocated.
- Thieves Target Home Where Sacramento Family Was MurderedAs the heinous quadruple homicide case goes to trial against a father accused of murdering his wife, his children, and his niece, police confirm a new twist to the heart-breaking crime scene.
- Local Syrians Not Sure What’s Next After Trump Air StrikesA staunch critic of Syria’s Assad-led government, Kabbash says he has mixed feelings about the U.S. airstrike.
- Woman Falls 60 Feet While Posing For Picture With FriendsThe woman was in a group of six friends in an off-limits section under the bridge, when the young lady lost her footing.
- 2 Dead After High-Speed Pursuit In StocktonIt's the first deadly pursuit for Stockton Police since the Bank of the West robbery that lead to the death of Misty Holt-Singh and a lengthy investigation and review process.
- Sacramento State Graduates Finding Success With Pickup Basketball AppCBS13 first told you about Hoop Maps when the tournament started, and since then they've gone national and even been featured on ESPN.
- Yuba City Baseball Player’s Road To The Big Leagues Reaches PhiladelphiaIn an interview with reporters after learning he’s made the final roster for the Philadelphia Phillies, Stassi had to fight back tears.
- Funeral Plans Set For 4 Killed In Land Park HomeA Celebration of Life service will be held at 11 a.m. on April 7 at West Sacramento's Center for Spiritual Awareness.
- Last Monument To Rocklin’s Quarry History Set For DemolitionThe quarry itself has a rich history. Salt and pepper granite from the Rocklin quarry can be found in the state capitol and other prominent buildings in the West.
- Cellphone Video Shows Family’s Close Encounter With Lake Tahoe BearThe incredible moment is captured on by the girls' father. It shows his two little girls inside the family's home as the bear approached them from an outdoor deck.
- Sacramento Police Release Video Of Response To Officer-Involved ShootingThere is no body cam video of the shooting, as the department is in the process of rolling out its program. A contract was approved earlier this month for 750 body cameras, and the program is expected to be in place by September.
- Sacramento High-Rise Cuts Cable News From Elevators To Reduce StressIts elevators climb 25 stories high. But now the TVs in those elevators are cutting cable news stations from its monitors. The 24-hour news is now off. National Geographic is on.
- Nearly 6 Weeks Later, Derailed Train Near Elk Grove Hasn’t Been MovedUnion Pacific has held off lifting the cars off the crash site because the land around the tracks is still too wet to safely place heavy equipment.
- Dwight Clark’s Teammate Reflects On His Own Battle With Brain TraumaClark's San Francisco 49ers teammate from 1981 George Visger has been battling brain trauma for decades.
- March Madness Descends On Sacramento For First Time In A DecadeCollege spirit from all over the country is converging in downtown Sacramento as the NCAA men's basketball championship tournament is back for the first time in a decade.
- Sacramento State Grads Hope To Score With Pick-Up Basketball AppTwin brothers who are also Sacramento State graduates are hoping to create a new way anyone can get in a good playground basketball game.
- March Madness Has Downtown Sacramento Businesses Seeing GreenIn Downtown Sacramento, March Madness has a ring like “cha-ching” for hotels near the Golden 1 Center. The rates are raised at the Sterling Hotel to $329 a night, for the NCAA Championship Tournament weekend.