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
- 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.
- Lodi Vineyards Still Underwater From Winter StormsKoth's Mokelumne Glen Vineyard lies, along the now flooded Mokelumne River, along with many other grape growers, who are seeing their livelihoods sunk by this year’s historic storms.
- CHP Recommends Charges Against 106 For June Brawl Outside California CapitolThe Sacramento County District Attorney's Office confirmed it has received investigative reports and materials from the California Highway Patrol regarding potential charges against people involved in the June 2016 clash.
- Marysville Residents Upset Violent Sexual Predator Is Moving InEldridge Chaney, Jr. has no ties to Yuba County, but a judge says it will be his new home anyway.
- State Senator Walks Away From California Senate President Over ApologyThe two lawmakers had an icy exchange outside the Senate chambers Monday after the floor session, State Sen. Janet Nguyen turning her back on Senate President Pro Tem Kevin De Leon as he called for her to give her an on-camera apology.
- Sacramento Man Evacuating From Flood Risk Hit With Drought WarningA man tells CBS13 that as he was evacuating out of concerns of flooding, the city of Sacramento hit him with a drought violation for wasting water.
- Ahead Of March Madness, Downtown Sacramento Maps Missing Golden 1 CenterThe old maps show the demolished Westfield shopping center in the spot where the Golden 1 Center now stands.
- As Oroville Dam Spillway Water Stops, Crews Get First Look At Large Project AheadInspectors are getting a first glance at the massive engineering project that has been reduced to rubble, worn down and turned into a crater-filled concrete water slide.
- Sacramento Looks To Reclaim Riverfront Cut Off 50 Years Ago By Interstate 5Now, the city of Sacramento is brainstorming new ways to reclaim the riverfront. They’ve hired Richard Rich, a former Walt Disney imagineer, to help find the answer.
- 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.