Steven Sarabia is a Georgetown, Texas native and a Georgetown High school alumni (Eagles Fight Never Die!).
He went on to study broadcast journalism at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. Just before leaving SHSU, Steven received first place for live news reporting from the Texas Intercollegiate Press Association in 2014.
Steven began his career reporting in Grand Island, Nebraska before moving to the Texas Rio Grande Valley to report along the U.S. Mexico Border. While on the border, Steven covered issues from the drug trade, cartel violence, illegal border crossings, human trafficking and severe weather. Steven’s continued coverage of severe flooding received national recognition from FEMA in 2016. He also went on to cover the devastation from Hurricane Harvey along the Texas gulf in 2017.
Steven is excited to be back in Central Texas, the place he has always called home, to continue his career as a journalist.
FOX 7 Austin spoke with Central Texans on how they feel about Gov. Greg Abbott potentially ending Texas' mask mandate.
Residents in the Texas Hill Country are still without power following last week's winter storm, which knocked out thousands of power lines.
Texas small businesses are feeling like they can't catch a break following the financial hits of COVID-19 and the recent winter storms.
A Liberty Hill restaurant is dealing with significant damage following the recent winter storm including a caved-in ceiling, busted pipes, and water damage.
Many in Leander had to go without water when the winter storm hit. The city says water should be completely restored by Monday evening.
Those in small Central Texas towns like Granger are struggling due to a lack of power, water, and even damage to their homes and businesses.
People who live in more rural areas of Central Texas are also dealing with water issues and are on the hunt to find bottled water.
Shelters have opened up for those who are without power and struggling to stay warm.
Two San Antonio lawmakers are pushing for Texas voters to be able to decide whether to continue to spring forward and fall back with their clocks.
Danielle Cotey was driving home in her neighborhood when she encountered a suspicious driver.