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 Tech Business Group Closure Creates New Doubts In Job MarketThe Sacramento Regional Technology Alliance, tasked with opening doors for tech entrepreneurs in the region, closed its doors earlier this week.
- Watchdogs Take To Social Media To Blast Olivehurst Cemetery ConditionsA group that calls themselves the "grave posse" is pushing for better maintenance of the gravesites at Sierra View Memorial Park.
- El Dorado County Teen’s Arrest Brings Focus To Adderall Abuse By StudentsThe prescription to combat attention deficit disorder can be abused as a stimulant.
- Millions In California Taxpayer Money Earmarked For Charities Goes UnspentIf you filled out a California income tax form and checked a box to donate to specific charities, don’t be so sure your money went to a good cause.
- Anthony Sadler Waiting For Friends To Return Home Before Sharing StoryA Sacramento State student who helped stop an attack on a Paris-bound train spoke for the first time since returning home on Wednesday.
- Anthony Sadler Returns To Sacramento Days After Helping Stop Attack On Paris-Bound TrainA hometown hero has returned home days after he and his two childhood friends stopped an armed terror suspect on a train bound for Paris.
- Sacramento Men Who Stopped Train Attack Have Shared PastTheir bravery earned them France’s greatest honor, and now Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos and Anthony Sadler are bonded by an act of courage hailed around the world.
- Puzzling Press Conference Leaves Many Wondering What Governor’s Plan Is For RoadsBrown calls his leadership “brooding omnipresence.” The line got a laugh at his press conference and a quick comeback at the Capitol from state Sen. Jim Beall.
- Marine Who Died At Camp Lejeune Remembered In SutterYearbook photos show Alex Alcaraz exuded school spirit. He ran the school’s drumline. That drumline had no instructor; instead Alcaraz taught his classmates how to play.
- Report: Stockton Police Fired ‘Excessively,’ With ‘Very Little Control’ In Hostage StandoffThe report says some officers may have pulled the trigger without a clear target, and simply fired because they saw fellow officers firing.
- Nobody Knows Who This Missing Lake Tahoe Paddleboarder IsNo one has reported the man who checked out a paddle board for a ride on Lake Tahoe missing, and no one has seen him, except for in pictures.
- San Quentin 6 Member Stabbed To Death In New Folsom Prison AttackHugo Pinell, 71, was attacked first by a fellow inmate. That fight escalated into a riot involving dozens of inmates at the maximum-security prison, sending 11 of them to the hospital. Pinell died from his stab wounds.
- Tea Party Express Founder Compares Donald Trump’s Run To Ross Perot’s 1992 BidHe calls Trump the protest pick, similar to Perot. But eventually, the protest will need policy.
- Sacramento Councilman Accused Of Harassment Says Public Should Be Concerned About Public OfficialsAllen Warren entered city hall facing questions on camera about a staffer's sexual harassment claim filed against him.
- Sacramento Man Says He Has World’s Largest Edsel CollectionJim Koch may be in for some luck, because even though the cars don’t run, buyers may be coming to him as the National Edsel Convention rolls into town.
- Loomis At Center Of International Dispute Between U.S., ChinaThe Chinese media is staking out the home that once belonged to Sacramento Kings player Beno Udrih.
- Former Staffer Claims She Was Fired After Sacramento City Councilman’s Sexual HarassmentThe new claim against City Councilman Allan Warren comes just two months after the claim against Mayor Kevin Johnson.
- Sacramento Auditor Wants Citywide Crackdown On NepotismThe report shows that out of 537 full-time employees in the utilities department, 40 are related to at least one co-worker.
- Military Drone Helping Search For Missing San Francisco Survival Teacher In El Dorado CountyThe MQ-9 Reaper drones were built for warfare in Iraq and Afghanistan, but now they’re being used to help find a teacher lost in the El Dorado County wilderness.
- Industrial Fire At Sacramento Recycling Plant Sends Large Plume Of Smoke Into SkyOn Tuesday night, firefighters kept a close eye on the recycling plant fire, continuing to pour water onto it more than six hours after it caught fire and exploded in size.