Steve Scott

Steve Scott

Steve Scott is morning news anchor at WCBS 880. He came to WCBS in 2006 after 20 years in Chicago radio, the last 13 at WLS-AM. His first day at WCBS was 9/11/06, the five-year anniversary of the terror attacks. Career highlights include reporting on the aftermath of 9/11 from Ground Zero, interviewing Fidel Castro in Havana, Cuba, reporting from Bosnia, and covering the Kosovo war from Albania and an aircraft carrier in the Adriatic Sea. He has reported on every U.S. president since Jimmy Carter, and was in the WCBS anchor chair for such historic events as Superstorm Sandy, the “Miracle on the Hudson,” Pope Francis’ visit to New York City, and the election of Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump.

A California native, Steve is proud to have graduated from San Jose State University in 2020, more than 40 years after he started as a freshman in 1979.

Steve lives in New Jersey with his wife, Jeanne.