Steven Vasquez

News Producer

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Steven Vasquez joined the 4 New Now team in March 2021 as a news producer.

He grew up in New Jersey, just fifteen minutes away from New York City. 

Steven attended Montclair State University where he studied television and digital media. In 2019, he worked as a digital team intern at WPIX and talent development intern at CNBC.   

When he is not at work, you will most likely find him at River Park Square watching the newest movie releases or at home upgrading his computer.  


Park Board Selects Shadle Park For New Pool

News Links For May 8th

Threat Prompts Post Office Evacuation

Judge Lodge Orders Duncan Evaluation Sealed

Crenshaw Death Penalty Decision Delayed

Iraqi Army: Iraqi Al-Qaida Leader Held

Investment Cos. Reduce Emergency Borrowing From Fed

Woman Kills Attacker In Kootenai County

No Sign Of Three Missing Fishermen In Columbia River

Canadian Company Nixes Idaho For Ethanol Plant

Man Floating Down Spokane River On A Log

Legion Championships Added To 2010 Slate

Sunnis, Shiites Clash For A Second Day In Lebanon

Obama: I'm Not Taking Nomination For Granted

Severe Storms Strike Southeast, Damage Mississippi Mall

Oldest League Bowler Dies At 106

White House Renews Veto Threat Against Troop Funding Bill

Gas Prices Jump Nearly 3 Cents To Record; Oil Pauses

Clinton Presses On, Urges Supporters To Ignore Calls To Quit

Judge In Mont. Rejects Bid To Delay Wolf Lawsuit

Rocket Hits Baghdad Park, Killing 2 Civilians

Radical Muslim Preacher Abu Qatada Granted Bail In Britain

Suffering Mounts In Myanmar

News Links For May 7th

Meet Keon

Obama Weighs Next Moves, Maps Out General Election Strategy

McGovern Says Clinton Can't Win

Murder Suspect's Mental State Questioned

Jim Lynch's Story

News Links For May 6th

Oil Nears $123 On $200 Oil Prediction, Supply Concerns

Sales Measure Weakens

Idaho Congressional Candidate Offers $2.26-A-Gallon Gasoline

Kirkland's Clearwire, Sprint Nextel To Form New Wireless Company

Marysville Reservist Killed In Training Accident

Clinton Narrowly Wins Indiana; Obama Handily Takes N.C.

Rain Doesn't Stop Extreme Team's Work

House Fire In Medical Lake

North Idaho Bracing For Floodwaters

Worker Productivity Up At 2.2 Percent Rate In First Quarter