Steven Luke is a 15-time Emmy award winning anchor and story teller for NBC 7 and has spent the past 20 years on television in San Diego.
You can watch Steven weekday mornings anchoring NBC 7 News Today from 4:30 am to 7 am and NBC 7 News Midday from 11 am to 11:30 am.
Steven rejoined NBC 7 in 2002 and has covered virtually every big story in the region over the past few decades from wildfires to military deployments to Super Bowls.
The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China marked Steven’s 7th assignment covering the Olympic Games. Previous assignments include 2006 Torino, 2012 London, 2014 Sochi, 2016 Rio De Janeiro, 2018 Pyeongchang, and 2021 Tokyo.
A native of Pleasant Hill, California, Steven attended San Diego State University graduating Magna cum laude with a degree in Communications. It was during his time in college when he walked into his first newsroom for an internship. The station - NBC 7! He is proud to work for the same station that gave him his start.
Steven returned to San Diego after anchoring in Bakersfield, CA for KERO, which is where he also learned how to shoot and edit his own stories.
Today Steven often produces, shoots, writes, edits, and reports stories all by himself.
Steven and his wife, along with their 3 children, live in San Diego.
Steven is active in his community and enjoys supporting his kids in their school, church, and sports related activities. He is involved in organizations including the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and Young Life, as well as many of NBC 7’s charitable causes.
Archer Brady Ellison has a stack of medals and a list of championships but as he heads to his fourth-straight Olympic Games in Tokyo this summer, he’s aiming to win his first Olympic Gold.
Heimana Reynolds, 22, is a North County park-style skateboarder and has as good of a shot at finding the top of the podium as anyone. He’s on a mission for respect for his profession and to make history as an Olympic gold medalist
Gold medal-winning Paralympian Deja Young has not only set her mind on defending her title, but to also advocate for mental health wellness by sharing her own person struggles.
When the coronavirus pandemic postponed the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, thousands of athletes around the world were forced to take a momentary pause on their training, but for some, like San Diego’s Sam Barlow, it meant the end of their Olympic dreams.
Chula Vista’s Jeff Henderson won the long jump at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil and hopes to defend his title so he can bring another gold medal home to his mom.
San Diego’s landmark stadium in Mission Valley is disappearing in front of our eyes. For one man, the pieces are a reminder of his past — of the project he helped bring to life.
With 6 months left to go until the Tokyo Olympics, NBC 7’s Steven Luke caught up with two San Diego-based Olympic hopefuls to see where their paths are headed and how the pandemic has changed their outlooks.
MCAS Miramar is the only Marine base in the United States flying the F-35C and NBC 7 tagged along for a recent training exercise involving the high priced fighter jets.
Monday marks 20 years since the deadly terrorist attack on the Navy destroyer USS Cole. To commemorate the tragedy, a ceremony was held in Norfolk, Virginia, where USS Cole is stationed, and included a reading of all 17 sailors who lost their lives in the bombing.
The stress of COVID-19 is hitting military families in our country particularly hard. The San Diego based nonprofit Support the Enlisted Project has always had an important mission – helping military families in need. But it’s now becoming critical due to the coronavirus pandemic. Volunteers spent Saturday handing out food, diapers, hygiene products and movie night care packages. Hundreds of…