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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Rob's Stories
San Bernardino Co. sheriff opens up about current state of jails and more in one-on-one with ABC7
In an exclusive interview with Eyewitness News, San Bernardino Co. Sheriff Shannon Dicus spoke at length about his first four months as the county's top law enforcement official.
Mountain High now open for snow play, but warm weather preventing skiers from hitting the slopes
At Mountain High Resort near Wrightwood, the weather is still too warm to allow skiers and snowboarders on the slopes, but some folks still got a chance to enjoy some of what the mountains have to offer.
Inland Empire seeing below-average vaccination rates for children 5-11
In the Inland Empire, fewer kids are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 than in the rest of the state.
Food bank offers help to veterans, active-duty military families struggling with food insecurity
At the Bread Basket Food Bank in San Jacinto, the volunteers distribute boxes of food to those who are most in need. And many of those who struggle are U.S. military veterans and their families.
When could SoCal drivers see gas prices go down? It may be sooner than you think, expert says
Gas prices in California continue to edge upward, with AAA reporting another record high average price $4.70 per gallon statewide. GasBuddy issues a timeline on when drivers could expect a price drop.
Historic announcement acknowledges 3 San Bernardino County museums sit on tribal land
For the first time in the history of the Inland Empire, San Bernardino County officials publicly acknowledged the land on which three of its museums sit is the ancestral territory of the Serrano people.
Pomona school board hires school officers, changing course on 'defund the police'
The Pomona Unified School Board voted unanimously to hire two school resource officers, less than four months after the board had approved a budget that did not include funding for the community school resource officer program.
Riverside County vows to crack down on drug dealing after toddler dies of fentanyl overdose
Two Jurupa Valley parents are facing murder charges after their 15-month-old son died from a fentanyl overdose, and the Riverside County district attorney hopes to get to the root of the problem.
Alleged torture, beating of 4-year-old by foster mother puts DCFS in spotlight again
The L.A. County Department of Children and Family Services is once again being accused of failing a child in its care. This time, a young foster child who was nearly beaten to death.
Riverside County calls for long-term cleanup of Santa Ana River bottom to prevent wildfires
An effort is underway to clear large areas of brush, dense fuels and homeless encampments from the Santa Ana River bottom in Riverside County.