Rob McMillan
Rob McMillan is the Eyewitness News Inland Empire bureau chief. He joined ABC7 in 2007.

Rob's assignment was a homecoming for him: He grew up in Rancho Cucamonga, graduated from Alta Loma High School and earned his broadcast journalism degree from the University of Southern California.

Rob's first on-air job was at KRCR, where he worked as a bureau reporter in Chico, CA. After that, Rob spent three years in the much cooler climate of Spokane, WA as a reporter for KAYU.

From there, Rob returned to the warmer temperatures of California when he became a reporter in Palm Springs covering the Coachella Valley, just east of the Inland Empire.

Rob's next stop was in Las Vegas, NV at KVBC before returning to Southern California to work in his hometown for ABC7.

Rob is excited to connect with our viewers in Riverside County and San Bernardino County, and cover the stories meaningful to the people of the Inland Empire.

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Contact:
ABC7 Broadcast Center
Attn: Rob McMillan
500 Circle Seven Drive
Glendale, CA 91201
818-863-7777

Archive
Another series of major storms is expected to begin Wednesday evening in Southern California, raising the specter of possible flash flooding in recent burn areas and treacherous conditions on mountain roads.
There's no place in California quite like Mono Lake as the salt-water body just east of Yosemite National Park features other-worldly rock formations.
Nearly 300 inches of snow has fallen so far this winter season, and at Mammoth Mountain on Monday, skiers and snowboarders were basking in the aftermath of "snowmageddon."
While families gear up for a snow day in Wrightwood, residents in those areas are displeased with how visitors treat the community.
A Hemet man has amassed quite a collection of artifacts from Vail Lake, as the receding waters reveal decades-old car keys, fishing rods, wallets and other lost items.