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
- Man Dies In Yuba River During Face-Down Meditation In WaterNevada County sheriff's deputies are investigating a case of a man who drowned while apparently practicing face-down meditation in the Yuba River.
- ‘Rescued’ Delta Pigs Taken Back By Owner Seized By Animal ControlThe pigs removed from an island by an animal rights group could be on the move as Calaveras County animal control officers seized the swine.
- Stockton Home Of Fastest Growing Rent In NationIt topped Colorado Springs, Buffalo, Reno and Sacramento. Modesto finished ninth, putting Stockton, Sacramento, and Modesto all in the top 10.
- Stockton Toddler’s Death Shines Spotlight On Risks Of Pediatric Oral SurgeryA bill called Caleb's Law, named after a 6-year-old who died in oral surgery in 2015, launched efforts for stricter guidelines for pediatric dental surgery.
- Travis Air Force Base Took Active Shooter Report Seriously, Leading To LockdownAfter an hour-and-a-half search, Travis Air Force Base personnel determined the report of an active shooter was false.
- Were Delta Pigs Rescued Or Pilfered? Swine Liberation Draws BacklashA rescue group removed six pigs that were left on an island years ago. Now, some Delta residents say the pigs weren't rescued, they were stolen.
- El Dorado Hills Eagle Scout Earns Every Possible Merit BadgeIn the scouts' 100-plus-year history, fewer than 350 have ever accomplished the feat.
- Folsom Preparing Largest Housing Project In Sacramento County Since RecessionFolsom's massive new development is 3,500 acres in size, with 10,000 new homes planned. Post-recession, no housing development in Sacramento County compares to the project.
- SMUD Preparing For Next Drought With Cloud-Seeding ProjectSMUD wants to increase the amount of water that will flow into its reservoirs when the next California drought hits.
- ACLU Accuses Stockton Schools Of Over-Policing StudentsThe organization held a public forum for parents on Tuesday night in one of a very few school districts in the state that has its own police department.
- Is Black Bart Buried In Historic Marysville Cemetery?The disappearance of Black Bart, the notorious Wells Fargo stagecoach robber from the 1800s has baffled historians.
- Stockton Firefighters Remove Memorial Statue After Repeated VandalismFirefighters used heavy equipment to haul it away from common criminals who've turned it into their target for constant vandalism.
- Planned Parenthood Closes Three Locations Over MediCal ReimbursementThe healthcare nonprofit blames low reimbursement rates from California state MediCal for the decision.
- Memorial Day Revelers Greeted With Cold, Fast WaterwaysThere's a big difference on local rivers this Memorial Day weekend.
- Repairs Begin On Damaged Oroville Dam Spillway With Little Room For ErrorAfter the crumbled Oroville Dam spillway sent thousands fleeing from Oroville, now comes the rebuild.
- Stockton Considers Moving Golf Course Funds To Affordable Housing, HomelessStockton Mayor Michael Tubbs says the city has more pressing needs than subsidizing golf
- Squaw Valley Snow Base Still Nearly 200 Inches Near Memorial DayEven as temperatures soared in the valley to some of the year's highest, great skiing was still an option Monday thanks to the historic snowpack in the mountains.
- A Day After Nomination For Police Commission, Teen Detained For Crime He Knew Nothing AboutOne day he was nominated to be on the Sacramento's police commission. The next, he was handcuffed by cops who thought he could be a criminal.
- MC Hammer Helps Stockton Mayor Touch Crowd With State Of The CityThe hip-hop legend emceed Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs' State of the City encore on Thursday night.
- Teen Ready To Become Youngest Member Of Sacramento Police CommissionColeman graduated from Grant High School in 2016. As a student, he saw a lack of trust between police and the community to help solve the murder of classmate J.J. Clavo.