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Steve Berg

Steve Berg joined AM 740 and FM 102.3 Newstalk KRMG in the fall of 2008 and currently anchors the news segments of The KRMG Evening News. Born at St. Francis Hospital (the exact year is not important for our purposes here) and raised in the Brookside neighborhood, Steve is proud to call himself a native Tulsan. Steve is a graduate of Tulsa Edison High School and Oklahoma State University. His first job in broadcasting was at KOSU-FM radio in Stillwater. He then spent roughly 16 years in television, with stints in Pocatello, Idaho, Lansing, Michigan, and at KOTV in Tulsa, before turning his attention back to radio and his current job at KRMG.

Steve has won multiple awards for his reporting during his career, most recently in 2010 from the Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters in the Feature Series and General News categories.

In his free time, Steve enjoys running, snow skiing, reading, video games, movies, TV, trying out new one-of-a-kind restaurants and spending time with friends and family.

Latest from Steve Berg

 

Elvis gets a Forever Stamp, along with new CD

Elvis really does live forever, as in, a Forever STAMP. The U.S. Postal Service previewed the Elvis Forever Stamp Thursday, which will go on sale August 12th, along with a new CD from Sony/RCA that will have a new version of the song "If I Can Dream", like you've never ...

Republican presidential candidate New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie gestures during a town hall meeting campaign stop in Sandown, N.H., Tuesday June 30, 2015. Christie announced his presidential bid earlier in the day in New Jersey. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)

Christie could have major money advantage in 2016 race

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may have joined the Presidential race late, but some think he has a major advantage. Namely, rich friends. According to a story on Yahoo Finance, some who have supported him before, and might again, include billionaire Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone, famous money manager Charles ...

 In this photo from NASA, they pyramid-shaped or cone-shaped mountain is in the upper right quadrant.

'Pyramid-shaped' mountain found on asteroid

You know something's weird, when even NASA scientists can't figure it out. It's a 3-mile high mountain, all by itself, on the surface of Ceres, the dwarf planet in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, that NASA's Dawn spacecraft is just starting to explore. Even weirder, the mountain is ...

Mayor and City Council tell Tulsa: Be nice

We used to be the 'Oil Capital'... now we're the 'Compassion Capital..?' We're just kidding.  Kind of. Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett and the Tulsa City Council have passed a resolution with a lot of "Whereas and Therefores", designating Tulsa as a "Compassionate Community". It calls upon all Tulsa citizens "to ...

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Avoid spray sunscreens with kids

It's good to put sunscreen on kids. Just don't use SPRAY sunscreens. Consumer Reports says it's because kids are more likely to inhale the spray, which is bad for you.  If you and the kiddos find yourself out in the sun, and you only have spray, Consumer Reports says spray ...

IN SPACE - MAY 29:  In this handout provided by National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), back dropped by planet Earth the International Space Station (ISS) is seen from NASA space shuttle Endeavour after the station and shuttle began their post-undocking relative separation May 29, 2011 in space. After 20 years, 25 missions and more than 115 million miles in space, NASA space shuttle Endeavour is on the last leg of its final flight to the International Space Station before being retired and donated to the California Science Center in Los Angeles. Capt. Mark E. Kelly, U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' (D-AZ) husband, has lead mission STS-134 as it delivered the Express Logistics Carrier-3 (ELC-3) and the Alpha Magnetic Spectrometer (AMS-2) to the International Space Station. (Photo by NASA via Getty Images)

Did International Space Station have a 'close encounter' with aliens?

It's been a busy week for UFO fans. One found video from the live streaming camera on the International Space Station that appears to show three small lights leaving the Earth and speeding away into space. Making it more suspicious, is the fact that NASA interrupted the feed just as ...

 

Eyes red from swimming? It's pee.

Swimming season is in full gear. And we've got some bad news. You know how you always thought it was chlorine making your eyes red in the pool? Cnet.com says it's actually a mixture of chlorine... and urine. It gets worse. Recreational Water Illness, or RWI, (yes it has a ...

Denver Broncos' Peyton Manning warms up before the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game against the Seattle Seahawks, Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)

Peyton Manning sends photo and letter to 15-year-old fan's family

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning is a great player and also a pretty darn nice human being. NBC Sports says Manning got a letter from Gayle Ricketts in Evansville, Indiana, a grieving grandmother whose grandson Logan Brown was killed a couple of months ago, allegedly by a drunk driver. Gayle ...

Quakes may cause more restrictions for oil drilling

Reuters reports the Oklahoma Corporation Commission might put even more restrictions on drilling, because of earthquakes. The commission two months ago ordered a stop to wastewater injections below the state's largest rock formation, but that's hasn't stopped the quakes. In fact, the number increased during the past couple of weeks. ...

 

Lake Texoma drains into scary-looking whirlpool

If you're scared of water, this would be a scene straight from your nightmares. A giant whirlpool in Lake Texoma on the Oklahoma/Texas border, churning, muddy water swirling down into darkness. It looks surreal, but it's just a simple vortex created when they open the floodgates. That's not to say ...

 
 

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