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 barbecue, and keeping his fantasy football team at the top of the standings.
Steve’s recent stories
- Athletes Prepare For Final Eppie’s Great RaceEppie's Great Race is a kayak, bike, run triathlon along the American River Parkway that started in 1974.
- Woman Confesses To Killing Roommate’s Snake After Bonding With RatsElk Grove police arrested Heaven Richie after she called police herself, allegedly admitting to killing the animal.
- Student Loses Scholarship After Video Shows Him Shouting Slur At ProtestCellphone video captures a brief encounter with entering-Cal Poly freshman Bronson Harmon, showing him shouting a gay slur.
- Did Developer Hide Evidence Of Native American Burial Site?The Yolo County District Attorney says he has evidence a construction crew knew about the burial site and tried to cover up the discovery.
- Deputy Faces Voluntary Manslaughter Charge After ShootingDash cam video of the shooting, shows deputy Justin Wall fire four shots into the driver's side window of the car after a police pursuit.
- Gas Station Clerk Saves Woman From Kidnappers In Stanislaus CountyThe woman came into the gas station and the clerk was able to help her reach out to cops and stay safe in the bathroom.
- What Will Happen To Suspected East Area Rapist’s Citrus Heights Home?The accused murderer and rapist who escaped capture for 40 years was found in this house. If he's convicted, the sale price could take a hit.
- Dry Lightning In Forecast Sparks Concern In SierraA forecast for thunderstorms has the National Weather Service issuing a fire watch for the mountains.
- A Doe Dilemma: What Will Happen To Deer Spotted With Jar Stuck To Her Jaw?The deer likely has no idea what the weird thing wedged on its snout is, and why it won't come off.
- Wind Change Could Shift Smoke Away From Sacramento RegionIt’s an Independence Day forecast that should make backyard barbecue parties a little more pleasant.
- Man Jump Kicks Black Bear Who Broke Into CabinJohnny Bolton surprised his hairy intruder with a karate move powerful enough to make the bear wet itself.
- Bridge Work Creates Divide Between Grocery Store, Sacramento CountySacramento County is replacing the Rio Linda Bridge and plans a road closure in both directions during construction that could last three months.
- Elderly Jewelry Store Owner Arming Herself After Robbery AttemptShe is taking extreme measures after would-be thieves targeted her store and she says police haven’t done enough.
- Kennedy’s Supreme Court Retirement Brings Fond Remembrance In SacramentoMorrison England sat in Kennedy’s McGeorge School of Law constitutional law class, where he was amazed to watch Kennedy’s legal mind at work.
- Supreme Court Acknowledges Internment Camps In Travel Ban DecisionThe apology came from Chief Justice John Roberts, in his written delivery of the court's opinion on President Donald Trump’s travel ban.
- Port Of Stockton Rolling Out Power On WheelsThe bustling international shipping port, in the middle of a valley community, will be adding zero-emission, battery-powered cargo equipment to load and unload vessels.
- UPDATE: Fairfield Agency Denies Housing Immigrant Children Separate From ParentsThe facility, run by a non-profit called BCFS has a website that touts 70 years of experience caring for at-risk populations.
- California Prepares Lawsuit Over Family Separation PolicyThere are hundreds of children detained at the border, whose parents still have no idea where they have been placed tonight.
- East Sacramento Moms Offer Help At Border As Remote TranslatorsVictoria Ciganda is one of the moms who has signed up to become a remote translator for detainees at the U.S.-Mexico border.
- Investigators Hope DNA Can Shed Light On Cold Case Killing Of FamilyThe violent attack in Sacramento left Michael and Marcy Jacobs and their 9-year-old daughter Jennifer dead, shot and stabbed.