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.
A Napa man whose family was rescued by a California Highway Patrol helicopter met the officers who risked their own lives to save his.
The first rescue is one neither will forget. A man with his elderly parents, wife and 5-year-old-son pleaded with them to take his family first.
A business owner says her store’s future is in jeopardy after she put up a billboard depicting President Trump as a Nazi sympathizer.
Sacramento’s fire department has trained with law enforcement to deal with active shooters. But right now there is no rescue task force model in place, and no specialized equipment to protect medics called to active shooter scenes.
We have seen active shooter scenarios too many times to count, but this one was different, with the active shooter hidden from his victims, in a sniper position.
There’s new scrutiny over medical marijuana sales in Sacramento. A city audit found widespread trouble, including concern over pot shops’ possible unreported cash transactions, and the possible hit to city tax revenue.
California Highway Patrol dash cam video shows the final 24 seconds of former Sacramento State student Daniel Shaham’s life.
The potent pot brownies classmates ate during lunch left one student practically paralyzed, collapsing on campus.
The Kings are no strangers to this controversy. A performer took a knee while she sang the national anthem before a preseason game last season.
Jacob Benguerel showed off the worst sidewalk spots on North California Street in downtown Stockton where sections of the sidewalk double as a minefield of misfortune.
Roger Stevenson claims Calaveras County’s Animal Services Department illegally seized his pigs from a pigpen in his Arnold backyard and handed them over to an animal rights group.
The Stockton mayor and council voted 6-1 to leave the old treasure, citing a report by city staff that the building’s clean-up would cost $60 million.