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
- El Dorado County Tax Mix-Up Could Hit Business OwnersThere's something wrong with this envelope that could leave El Dorado County business owners facing penalties come tax time.
- Developer Planning Mansion Inn Revival Across From Governor’s MansionPictures show the building in better days when it was called The Mansion Inn and celebrities like The Beach Boys and Liberace were guests.
- Former Yolo County Tourism Official Accused Of EmbezzlementFormer Visit Yolo Executive Director Alan Humason has had detectives descending on his personal finances, with their case leading to a felony embezzlement charge.
- Former Prostitute Is Next Lodi Police ChaplainShe is a self-professed former prostitute turned pastor who's now joining the Lodi Police Department as its newest chaplain.
- Coyote Freed After A Week With Her Head Stuck In A JarA new picture shows the coyote staring straight into a camera lens, after days of dodging help.
- Search Is On For Cool Coyote Spotted With Head Stuck In JarSnapshots also show the coyote from other angles, its snout visible through the see-through jar, now making it impossible to eat or drink.
- New Developments Show Mystery Of D.B. Cooper May Have Stockton TwistIt's a bombshell development in a 45-year-old cold case mystery. A commercial airplane hijacker escaped with a daring parachute jump in 1971 and was never seen again.
- Farmers, Business Owners Sue California Over Oroville Dam CrisisFor 80 years Kent Lang's family has grown walnut trees on farmland near the Sacramento River. That stopped this year when the trees died.
- Girls Signing Up By The Hundreds In Northern California To Become Boy ScoutsSince the Boy Scouts of America voted to allow girls into its ranks, girls have been signing up by the hundreds in Northern California.
- Despite Social Media Success, Front Street Animal Shelter Needs More HelpSacramento's Front Street Animal Shelter is releasing more animals to forever homes than ever before.
- Group Eyes Subway In The Sky To Ease Sierra Traffic CongestionThe recent Sierra snowfall has skiers heading for the mountains, and all that expected traffic can create major back-ups in cities like Truckee.
- Man Arrested After Body Found In Freezer In Arbuckle, Another In PondColusa County Sheriff’s deputies arrested Martin Ehrke for double homicide. He is the landowner’s son.
- President Trump’s Sanctuary City Threats Not Sitting Well With Sacramento MayorSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said a new Justice Department threat leveled at sanctuary cities goes against American values.
- Mom Shocked After Doctor’s Visit For Postpartum Depression Leads To Police Escort To ERSacramento’s Jessica Porten went to the doctor's office, and they called the cops.
- As Bike-Sharing Business Increases In Sacramento, Lawmakers Wary Of ‘Bike Blight’In Seattle, a photo shows a bike-sharing bicycle locked on top of a stop sign. In Dallas, a photo shows someone put one on a power pole.
- Armed Man Barricaded In Elk Grove Home Arrested, House BurnsPolice were responding to a domestic incident when they say a suspect exchanged gunfire with police. SWAT officers were called out to the scene.
- Mayor Has Eyes On Improving Sacramento’s RiverfrontThe mayor is backing plans to begin what he hopes will be a vast redevelopment, starting in Old Sacramento with a new public market and a "family-friendly activity zone."
- Advocates Preparing For Large ICE Raid In CaliforniaSacramento’s B’nai Israel Synagogue now includes a dedicated space for undocumented immigrants seeking sanctuary from arrests by federal agents.
- Sacramento Mayor Wants Firm Number From MLS On Expansion GoalDarrell Steinberg says he's asking MLS Commissioner Don Garber to name a dollar figure for Sacramento's investor group to hit.
- Proposed Rancho Cordova Kid’s Camp Drawing CriticismA neighbor is appealing to the city council, claiming the daycare is unsafe and will drop the value of surrounding development.