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 has been covering stories in Riverside County and San Bernardino County for almost 20 years. Some of the biggest stories he has reported on include the San Bernardino mass shooting, the Turpin family's "House of Horrors" and the coronavirus pandemic's impact throughout the Inland Empire. He loves connecting with viewers and and covering 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

Rob's Stories
As early summer heat wave moves in, hikers are urged to use caution in local mountains
As an early summer heat wave moves into Southern California, many people will be heading to higher elevations to escape potentially triple digit heat.
Proposed warehouse project near March Air Reserve Base is put on hold after protests from residents
A group of frustrated residents in Riverside is protesting against a proposed development west of the 215 Freeway near March Air Reserve Base.
Loma Linda could soon lift ban on new drive-thru restaurants
A moratorium on new drive-thru restaurants that's been in place for close to a decade in the city of Loma Linda could soon be coming to an end.
Victorville program aims to clean up properties, but some say it goes too far
Victorville is looking for residents to trim weeds and remove inoperable vehicles but some say they can't afford to make all of the improvements.
Video muestra a sospechoso disparando al azar contra autos en San Jacinto
Video muestra los momentos en que un sospechoso armado con una pistola semiautomática comenzó a disparar contra los autos que pasaban en una calle concurrida de San Jacinto, matando a una persona.
Surveillance video shows man firing randomly at passing cars in San Jacinto
A father of four was killed when a man fired a semiautomatic handgun randomly at passing cars in San Jacinto.
Thousands of Temecula residents to vote on recall of controversial school board president
Thousands of voters on Tuesday will decide whether the controversial president of the Temecula Valley Unified School District's Board of Education will keep his job.
Jobs program offers Army vets pathway to career in San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department
The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department is participating in the Army's Partnership for Your Success jobs program. Sheriff Shannon Dicus says it will help him fill the ranks at a time when doing that is difficult.
Off-duty LAPD officer involved in shooting that left man dead in Ontario, officials say
An off-duty Los Angeles police officer was involved in a shooting that left a man dead in Ontario, officials said.
San Bernardino senior set to attend Harvard after 30+ college acceptances
Inland Empire senior Silvana Vasquez is heading to Harvard in the fall with a full-ride scholarship after getting accepted to more than 30 universities. The San Gorgonio High valedictorian says she wants to study politics with the goal of making her family proud and advocating for underserved communities, including her hometown.