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.
Former Sacramento County Sheriff John McGinness says security guards to not share the same protections as police when using a weapon with deadly force. They can only fire in self-defense.
The Stanislaus County Civil Grand Jury reports the city bought a $650,000 building that is now condemned, because it needs $2.5 million in repair work.
The size of this boy’s body is no measure of his heart and determination. To watch Elijah Covington, 11, play basketball is to wonder just how bright his future is.
The unveiling of Ronald Reagan’s statue at the state Capitol is giving former secretary of state George Shultz an opportunity to honor his old friend and boss.
Ronald Reagan returned to the state Capitol on Monday, slightly bronzed. His 8-foot, 800-pound statue was unveiled nearly 50 years after he took his oath of office. Before Monday, Reagan was the only governor-turned-president without a statue at his home state Capitol.
“Is the safety of our community worth 50 cents an hour?” said firefighters union president Jamie Pepin. “We’ve had positive response. We’ve shared it on our Facebook page and we’ve had lots of people respond with words of encouragement.”
Avaya Stadium features the largest outdoor bar in North America with more than 40 beers on tap, and while grabbing a pint, fans can also power up their cellphones with solar charging stations.
On the day that Republican candidate Ben Carson took the stage at Sacramento’s Guild Theatre, Bush made his plans official.
The family that owns a 100 year-old-pharmacy is asking for the public’s help to identify suspects caught on surveillance breaking-in and causing a lot of damage.
Documents also include city preliminary drafts that the plaintiff alleges shows an effort by the city to secretly add more value for Kings investors, above the $258 million Sacramento public subsidy.
It’s not the sight we’re used to seeing during the summer in Sacramento—people carrying umbrellas and avoiding soaked outdoor seating.
Steve Memering’s cityscapes already hang inside homes and offices throughout the region, and now he has a new inspiration. He works from a K Street gallery next to the Crest Theatre close to the construction zone for his next subject, the downtown arena.