Steve is an Emmy Award winning journalist. He has been recognized nationally for his coverage of Public Education and his reports from New Orleans following Hurricane Katrina garnered the “Best News Story” Katie Award from the Press Club of Dallas.
Steve was the only broadcast journalist embedded with the 56th Brigade of the Texas National Guard during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He also traveled with a group of Dallas physicians to Haiti in early 2010 to report on the aftermath of the devastating earthquake there.
He may be most noted for his coverage of the Dallas Independent School District. His daily reports provide solid information regarding the academic and educational landscape of North Texas.
Steve’s career path includes work in Portland, Fresno, Oklahoma City and Wichita Falls. As a general assignment reporter, Steve has taken more in-depth looks into issues such as child neglect, race relations, domestic abuse and crime.
Steve has also received professional recognition from The National Association of Black Journalists, The Institute for Educational Inquiry, The Poynter Institute, and The University of Oklahoma Black Alumni Society.
A group of North Dallas education advocates is scheduled to speak today against the home rule proposal.
A woman was found dead at her home in Kaufman on Monday afternoon, and police believe that pit bulls are responsible for the killing.
The eyes of the college basketball world will be on North Texas in less than two weeks when Arlington hosts the men’s NCAA Final Four tournament games at AT&T Stadium.
Home-rule is a hot topic for those close to the Dallas Independent School District, with big opinions on both sides.
One man’s commitment to sharing kindness turned into a lesson today that could last a lifetime for some Irving students.
One North Texas child used his birthday to give gifts to others.
Lawrence Harrison says he signed up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act, but has not received the coverage he needs.
A little more than a year ago, a North Texas family sidestepped a local doctor’s prognosis and recommendation to amputate their child’s leg.
A DISD student admitted to CBS 11 News she was nervous about a new academic endeavor only experienced by one person she’s known. You see, the school district is offering her and thousands of other students the chance to take the SAT exam for free.
Founded in 1896, the Dallas County Club has never had an African-American member, until now.
Three-year-olds going to school in Dallas? It could happen if the Dallas Independent School District expands its early education programs by reworking closed and under-utilized campuses.
The Dallas Independent School District is on a mission to improve student performance and it has a deadline.