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 bar-b-que, and keeping his fantasy football team at the top of the standings.
Police say Frederick Lacker confessed to stealing $37,000 meant to serve kids in his own children’s school.
Schweiss Doors owner Michael Schweiss says the Kings doors will be as high as the Space-X doors—the tallest he’s ever made.
The Sacramento Police Department’s new crime-fighting plan is putting everyone out on the streets, including the chief.
State Sens. Leland Yee, Ron Calderon or Roderick Wright are not allowed back in Senate chambers, or their Capitol and district offices.
The meeting with Keith Jackson and Raymond “Shrimp Boy” Chow came along with a ceremonial photo showing Yee and San Francisco 49ers tight-end Vernon Davis
The demolition of Downtown Plaza is so close, even 90-year-old non-basketball fan Bill Grant is starting to pay attention to it.
“One of the things we look for is fake return addresses, and unfortunately what they’ve started to do is use real people’s names and addresses,” said postal inspector Jeff Fitch.
The box showed up with the couple’s home listed as the return address with markings on the U.S. Postal Service delivery reading “unclaimed” and “postage due.”
Only four bridges lead in and out of the area with security checkpoints and a fiberoptic video surveillance program. Every license plate scanned on those roads will be cross-checked with a DMV database for stolen cars.
The Sacramento Kings and the city of Sacramento trying to gain control of the property that was once the Macy’s Men’s Store on 600 K Street.
It’s been long-known that some of the poisonous mercury from the Sierra made its way downstream. One big example of that is the crater in Malakoff Diggins State Historic Park.
The big warehouse was a place of big hopes for the county, but now it’s just a big reminder of what might have been.