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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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Twitter: @LargeStevensteve-large-talent-web-photos

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.

drought cutback

California Regulators Will Vote On $500 A Day Fine Proposal For Water Overuse During Drought

The rules would prohibit the watering of landscaping to the point that runoff spills onto sidewalks or streets. Hosing down sidewalks, driveways and other hard surfaces would be banned along with washing vehicles without a shut-off nozzle.

07/14/2014

Alix Tichelman.

High-Priced Folsom Prostitute Accused Of Murdering Businessman With Heroin On Yacht

“She was so callous that she literally stepped over the victims body and finish her glass of wine as the victim is laying there dying at her feet,” said Santa Cruz deputy police chief Steve Clark.

07/08/2014

joe khan facebook post

Police Investigating Possible Note Left By Midtown Murder Suspect

The Sacramento Police Department is investigating social media posts that could be from the suspect in a midtown murder.

07/06/2014

child sex charges nosal

Orangevale Parents Speak Out After Soccer Coach Accused Of Planning Teen Sex

The team met to practice for the first time since his arrest on Wednesday, and some parents decided to leave the team in wake of the allegations against Tim Nosal.

07/02/2014

khan-sought

Sacramento Police Seeking Suspect In Midtown Homicide

Mohammad Joseph Khan is wanted for the murder of Kelsey Snyder that happened on June 28.

07/01/2014

ripple effects

Unions Fighting Back Against Supreme Court Ruling Involving In-Home Care Workers

As a state employee, she automatically pays fees to a public employees union. But a Supreme Court decision is putting union leaders on the defensive.

07/01/2014

downtown plaza

Sacramento Kings Arena Just Latest Effort To Revitalize Downtown Plaza Area

The test of time has shown Sacramento’s high hopes and dashed dreams for the location. As recently as 2011 the Hard Rock Cafe left with the hard times.

06/30/2014

Kings timeline

Kings Reveal Timeline For Demolition, Construction Of Downtown Arena

The anticipation for the transformation has been building, as the mall will be knocked down and the building of a nearly half-billion Kings arena will begin.

06/25/2014

police culture

Former Sacramento Police Chief Speaking Out Against Self-Deployment Surges

He’s debriefing officers across the country, starting in Sacramento, on his investigation into the police response to ex-LAPD officer-turned-cop-killer Christopher Dorner.

06/24/2014

Scene of the crash where two Stockton Police officers were hurt.

Stockton Police Officer Involved In May Crash Dies

Officer Scott Hewell was one of two officers inside of a squad car that crashed in the early morning accident. The two were responding to assist in a shots-fired call. For an unknown reason, while en route to the scene, their car drove into the center median and into a tree.

06/11/2014

Rick Perry

Texas Gov. Rick Perry Makes Play For Tesla As He Raises Funds For California GOP Candidates

There was no time for Perry to stop after speaking at a fundraiser for Republican Assemblyman Dan Logue’s Congressional campaign. His SUV sped away down a California country road.

06/10/2014

Diploma deception

Woman Rejected From California State Job After Learning Her High-School Diploma Is No Good

Fourteen years after graduating from Angels Creek Community School, a home-school program in Calaveras County, is just now discovering her high-school program was not accredited.

06/09/2014

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