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
- 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.
- Jury Awards $3 Million To Bullied Caltrans EmployeeIt's a state worker bullying case costing California taxpayers $3 million. A Caltrans employee sued the state and won, after, he says, his supervisors preyed on him because of a disability.
- EXCLUSIVE: Undocumented Worker Didn’t Know He Was Going To Work At Air Force BaseHugo Mejia told CBS13, he came to the U.S. looking for an opportunity “just like anybody else.” The only crime he says he committed is that he came here illegally.
- Undocumented Workers Detained Before Work At Travis Air Force BaseThe co-workers arrived with their construction company to put up sheet rock at David Grant Medical Center on Travis Air Force base. But they never got to their work site.
- Violent Deaths Leave South Sacramento In ShockTwo teenage brothers were shot to death in broad daylight, and now a community is left to pick up the pieces after the senseless murders.
- Court Strikes Down Stricter Chromium-6 Limits In California Drinking WaterThe cancer-causing element is naturally occurring in some communities across California, including those in Solano County.
- Nuclear Concerns Have Sacramento Man In SpotlightPhilip Coyle is a former U.S. weapons tester who retired in Sacramento. Coyle was in charge of the last U.S. nuclear test recorded in 1971.
- Boulders And Tree Trunks Could Help Save Winter-Run Chinook SalmonIt is an unusual sight, and if all goes as planned, it could have the power to save Winter-run Chinook salmon from extinction.
- Ann Coulter’s Modesto Appearance Ends UneventfullyCoulter was in Modesto speaking to an audience at a Republican Party fundraiser. Tickets started at $125 each.
- Renewed Calls For Civil Defense Programs After North Korea Nuclear ThreatIt was a performance with a piercing finale – a North Korean musical production with video of a nuclear weapon hitting a US city, purportedly San Francisco.
- Investigators Link Two Bodies Found In Arden Arcade AreaHeartbroken neighbors could be seen in an emotional embrace, stung by a tragic loss at their Arden apartment complex. Apartment manager Linda Zachmeyer was found stabbed to death in her own unit.
- Authorities Investigate Murder-Suicide At Rio Dell Caltrans FacilityInvestigators say Caltrans employee Terry Allen Hayse killed himself after first killing his supervisor, Annette Brooks.
- With Kings Season Over, Downtown Sacramento, Natomas Have Two Different TalesThe Kings wrapped up their first season outside of Natomas, and it's left John Cook feeling a pinch. He opened Malabar 10 years ago because it was close to the Kings' home court.
- Sacramento Mayor Speaks Out Against Man’s Violent Jaywalking ArrestSteinberg says the arrest is part of a culture problem in the Sacramento Police Department and departments across the country.
- Aerojet-Rocketdyne Pulling Manufacturing, 1,100 Jobs From Rancho CordovaThe aerospace and defense company revealed its closing its manufacturing plant and 1,100 positions will be eliminated or relocated.
- Thieves Target Home Where Sacramento Family Was MurderedAs the heinous quadruple homicide case goes to trial against a father accused of murdering his wife, his children, and his niece, police confirm a new twist to the heart-breaking crime scene.