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 in Chico, California, where he worked from the Butte County Bureau. After that Rob spent three years as a reporter for KAYU in Spokane, Washington. However, Rob returned to California when he became a general assignment reporter in Palm Springs covering the Coachella Valley, just east of the Inland Empire.
The next stop for Rob was Las Vegas before he returned to his homeland and joined ABC7.
Rob says it's exciting to cover stories that are meaningful to the people of the Inland Empire.
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Monsoon thunderstorms brought heavy rain, gusty winds and powerful lightning strikes across parts of Southern California Tuesday.
The threat of dry lightning in the San Bernardino National Forest, where the Lake Fire continues to burn, has authorities on high alert on Monday.
The Lake Fire burning in a remote area of the San Bernardino Mountains has charred more than 25,000 acres on Thursday as firefighters say the containment has dropped. Sources say arson is suspected to be the cause.
Cooler weather on Monday helped firefighters battling the Lake Fire, which has scorched at least 17,405 acres.
It's supposed to be the busiest time of the year at San Juan Fountains in Rubidoux, but with California entering its fourth drought year this local business has seen the demand for decorative fountains plummet.