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.
An 83-year-old Sacramento woman is facing a court-approved eviction just 12 days before Christmas.
At Tuesday night’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kings Owner Vivek Ranadivé explained for the first time why the team fired coach Michael Malone.
The Stockton Police Department says Donald Tisher sexually assaulted an 18-year-old student athlete in her Stockton home. The district attorney says it happened while the woman was unconscious.
Hydrologists are eagerly awaiting this Thursday’s storm to see how much water runoff can be saved during the drought, and some are already making plans for that water.
Kings broadcaster Jerry Reynolds says he’s worked in the league 30 years, and can’t recall a case where viral meningitis benched a player.
In L.A. where image is everything, Sacramento put on quite a show.
A proposed East Sacramento restaurant is serving up a neighborhood dispute. The restaurant would go into a spot that was first built as a home.
The photo appeared in Jessica’s Facebook inbox from a man she’s never known. The picture depicts the man standing naked in profile, exposing everything but his face.
Don Garber revealed that deciding whether to expand to Sacramento, Minneapolis, or Las Vegas will need extra time, though it will be discussed at Saturday’s Board of Governors meeting.
The city has compiled a Top 40 list showing which addresses have the most calls for service and code enforcement violations.
Gregory Clark is sharing his research as a hard truth with no hope—whether or not you can get ahead in America is as predictable as any formula.
St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCullough announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, but how the secret, 12-member panel made up their minds remains a mystery.