Rob Hayes
Rob Hayes is a general assignment reporter for ABC7 Eyewitness News who joined ABC7 in 2004.

Rob is a Cum Laude graduate of Bradley University in Peoria, Il with a degree in journalism

Rob's first on-air job came while he was a student at Bradley University when he was hired by WHOI as a weekend reporter. Rob went on to work at stations in Oregon, Washington, New York, Florida, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin and California.

Rob has earned eight Emmy nominations. He has also won several awards from the Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists.

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Rob's Stories
LA housing advocates push for tax on owners who keep units vacant
Housing rights activists in Los Angeles are taking aim at people and corporations that own housing units and are keeping them empty instead of renting them out.
California school shooting: Suspect in Saugus High School rampage has died
The suspect in the shooting rampage at Saugus High School has died, officials said Friday.
Disney+ launches with star-filled event at The Grove
Disney+, Disney's new streaming service, launched in a big way with a star-filled event at The Grove on Tuesday.
Homeless encampment in Hollywood continues to grow, residents say
A homeless encampment in Hollywood is drawing ire from nearby businesses and residents after illegal drug use and purposely set fires have been documented.
NASA unveils first-ever all-electric plane, powered by 14 motors and propellers
On Friday, NASA unveiled a piloted X-plane for the first time in decades, revealing an electric-powered passenger plane.
Veterans Day LA will honor Southern Californians who have served in the military
A new holiday festival called Veterans Day LA will honor Southern Californians who have served in the military.
37th horse dies at Santa Anita Park after sustaining leg injury during last race of Breeders' Cup
Another horse died at Santa Anita Park Saturday after it sustained a leg injury during the final race of the Breeders' Cup. It is the 37th horse to die at the track since December
Tips on how Californians can save money on gas, groceries
A personal finance expert offers tips for saving money on essentials.
304K Southern California Edison customers remain under shutoff consideration amid wildfire threat
Another windstorm is moving in and nearly 304,000 Southern California Edison customers face the possibility of losing their power.
Tujunga residents fighting development plans for former Verdugo Hills Golf Course
Tujunga area residents are fighting a developer over the former Verdugo Hills Golf Course, hoping to dramatically scale plans for 215 homes.