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
- Mayor Hopes To Spin Gold In Wake Of Oroville Dam ProblemsThe massive water releases into the Feather River are also prompting hope Orovillle, which means 'city of gold', will have another gold rush.
- Fear Has California Immigrants Planning For Day They’re Separated From ChildrenAttorney Sergio Garcia is offering legal help to families who are afraid they’ll be forced apart by new federal immigration enforcement.
- Wet Sacramento Winter Reviving Memories Of 1860s FloodThe city responded to the flood by lifting its downtown streets two stories high.
- Some Oroville Dam Evacuees Return Home, While Others Choose To WaitTens of thousands of evacuees returned home Tuesday after fleeing in a mandatory evacuation order over the weekend over fears of the Oroville Dam's spillway collapse.
- Crews Work Toward Makeshift Oroville Dam Spillway Fix While Evacuees WaitCrews are busy working on a makeshift fix, creating piles of boulders on the eroded Oroville Dam's emergency spillway to prevent it from failing.
- Despite Hole In Spillway, Officials Will Release More Water From Oroville Dam If NecessaryThe Department of Water Resources closed the gates on Tuesday and stopped the water releases while it scrambles to find a fix.
- Wilton Preparing For Flooding For Third Time In 2017The river level at Michigan Bar is the best indicator flooding will be a problem in Wilton. It is forecast to rise to 15 feet high on Tuesday afternoon, three feet above flood stage.
- Signs Of Reconciliation Surfacing In Rift Over Sacramento MLS BidThe rift between the Sacramento Republic FC and the lead investor of Sacramento's Major League Soccer bid is reportedly resolving.
- Sacramento Leaders Vote To Give Homeless Priority On Affordable Housing Wait ListsA joint session of Sacramento's Board of Supervisors and City Council voted unanimously to make people who are homeless a priority on waiting lists for affordable housing.
- Pitching Machines Stolen From Little League Shed In DavisThe community of Davis is stepping up to the plate to help their city's little league.
- Protesters, Supporters Find Common Ground At Twelve Rounds Brewing CompanySupporters and opponents of a Twelve Rounds Brewing Company owner came face-to-face for the first time Thursday night after days of online political attacks led to a protest.
- Cook’s Hardware Shutting Down After 80 Years In North SacramentoThe sisters have decided to retire. Kris, Cindy, and Sue are letting customers know one by one, they're retiring and shutting down this business that is in their blood, started by Grandpa Roscoe and Grandma Susie Cook in 1936.
- Sacramento Brewery Pummeled On Social Media After Women’s March Post By OwnerThe 12 Rounds Brewing became the target of backlash after the owner controversial post on his personal Facebook page.
- Death Of Trans-Pacific Partnership Means Uncertainty For California FarmersThe American Farm Bureau Federation backed the TPP, citing statistics that showed when fully implemented the it would have led California rice growers to $24 million more in net exports a year.
- Wasted Opportunity? Farmers Frustrated As Water From Recent Rains ReleasedIt’s a powerful picture: All the gates up at the Nimbus Dam, sending stored water gushing downstream.
- Homeowner Survives Yuba City Explosion With Severe BurnsInvestigators are focusing their probe on a PG&E main gas line leak found 75 feet from the home.S o far the investigation has not determined that leak to be the cause.
- Video Shows Moments Before Dazion Flenaugh ShootingNew video shows the frantic moments leading up to the deadly officer-involved shooting of Dazion Flenaugh.
- Placerville Declares Emergency After Storm Sends Wastewater Into Hangtown CreekCrews worked overnight to try to stop a bad problem from getting worse. City manager Cleve Norris says the 1 million gallon basin for wastewater overflow is now overflowing itself.
- Woman Says Postal Worker Killed Her Dog With Her Prescription PillsA Fair Oaks woman says the U.S. Postal Service delivered death to her dog.
- Darrell Steinberg Promises Openness As Mayor Of SacramentoIn his first night leading Sacramento's City Council meeting, Darrell Steinberg proposed banning city work on private email accounts, and opening up closed door, ad hoc council meetings to the public.