Steve Large

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.

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When he’s not working, Steve likes spending time with family and friends, firing up the bar-b-que, and keeping his fantasy football team at the top of the standings.


What Will CalPERS Do With Vacant Land Near Sacramento’s Tower Bridge?

It was originally going to be the home of a 53-story condominium tower, promised as the tallest residential highrise west of the Mississippi River. Construction had started in 2006, but now it’s quiet. The towers never got off the ground, and some of the completed foundation now sits exposed in the weeds of the dirt lot.


Officer Harminder Phagura (Credit: Yuba City PD)

Yuba City Police Officer Allegedly Involved In Cocaine-Trafficking Scheme

A patrol officer paid to stop crime is now in trouble for allegedly helping drug dealers steer clear from getting caught.


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Fast-Rising Sacramento Apartment Rent Has Couple Rethinking Downtown Sacramento Home

Their son went to college, so they moved from the suburbs to a 900-square-foot downtown Sacramento loft. They wanted to be part of the new downtown revival and live near the new Sacramento Kings arena


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California Water Regulators Searching For Culprit Behind Missing Delta Water

She may not have an imposing appearance, but Kathy Mrowka is California’s top water cop. She’s now diving into her biggest missing water case.



Boston Marathon Bombings Suspect Conviction Revives Sacramento Ties To Tragedy

CBS13 was live on the air as police found their man in Waterford. CBS13’s Steve Large had been in New York covering NBA meetings involving the fate of the Sacramento Kings in days prior to the bombings.


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Manteca Cracking Down On Lawns After 25 Percent Water Use Increase In Drought

Manteca will be making dramatic changes to save water during the drought as new numbers show the city has not only not conserved water in the past year, but used 25 percent more.


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Low Turnout Expected For Tuesday’s Special Sacramento City Council Election

Bruce Pomer and Eric Guerra are trying to close their case for a powerful seat on the city council that could be determined by a small difference in votes.


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Teachers Union Demands CalSTRS Remove Investment From Gun Maker

Specifically, they’re calling on the California State Teachers’ Retirement System to remove all of its money from The Freedom Group, the maker of the assault rifle used in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre.


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Family Of Stockton Mom Killed In Hostage Shootout Wants Records On Police Shootings

Family attorney Greg Bentley is requesting volumes of paperwork from the city, including data from the past 10 years showing all studies, analysis, emails and memos identifying the number of times police officers used deadly force.


(Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Plastic Bag Ban Approved In Sacramento, Begins Jan. 1, 2016

The ordinance will ban stores from distributing single-use plastic bags, while requiring a minimum 10-cent fee on paper bags. The ban would take effect on Jan. 1, 2016.



Cameron Park Man, 95, Aims To Set World Record As Oldest Pilot Still Flying

With his 70-year-old son behind the camera, 95-year-old Pete Weber got behind the controls of a plane to pilot himself into the record books.


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Germanwings Crash Revives Memories Of Similar California Crash In 1987

In 1987, investigators determined the California PSA plane crash was caused by disgruntled ex-employee David Burke. They say he shot the plane’s pilots, then crashed it into a mountain, killing 43 people.