Grand Island Bureau Chief
Steve White is Bureau Chief of our Grand Island Newsroom, overseeing our coverage of the community. He brings several years of experience as a reporter to the position. He also has extensive experience covering the State Capitol, working with three governors and countless state senators.
Steve was born in Iowa, but grew in South Dakota and graduated from South Dakota State University.
Steve's love of meeting people caused him to pursue a career in broadcasting. Steve says, "Whether it's the Governor or a corn farmer, everyone has a voice."
Steve loves the daily challenges of developing stories. Steve started his career while at SDSU, working on the air for the campus radio and television stations. He also worked as an on-air intern at KDLT in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Steve and his wife Sara were married in April, 2008. They live in Grand Island with their cat Delilah. Together they are active in church as youth leaders and teach middle school Sunday School. In addition, Steve is on the board of directors for Adult Basic Education and has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity among other organizations.
Steve's hobbies and activities include roller hockey and disc golf. He is an avid photographer, and enjoys taking pictures of family and friends. He is an Eagle Scout and enjoys camping and spending time outdoors. He is a big music fan and has had a chance to meet many of his favorite artists.
Steve's dad went to UNL and together, they cheer for the Big Red. His mom would rather work on her sewing machine as a quilter, but tolerates football. Steve's sister and her husband live in Texas.