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
Death of 3 women found inside Hemet home stemmed from rental dispute; roommate ID'd as suspect
Authorities say a dispute over a rental agreement led to the death of three women in a Hemet home. Their roommate is one of the suspects who has been arrested on suspicion of murder.
Toni Morrison's 'The Bluest Eye' banned from Colton school curriculum due to sexually explicit content
A book published 50 years ago by Pulitzer Prize winning author Toni Morrison is stirring up controversy at a Colton school, where teachers are banned from discussing the book with their students.
Former SoCal Boy Scout details alleged abuse from assistant scoutmaster, says bankruptcy opens old wounds
"What happened to me was unbelievable. It happened on the weeklong trips, and those were the ones that really scared me, because he was in my tent every night."
Veterans mark anniversary of War Dog Memorial at Riverside County's March Air Reserve Base
One by one, names of those who died were read aloud, followed by the ringing of a bell. Veterans then laid down roses and saluted.
Vinyl record industry dealt setback after fire destroys key manufacturing facility in Banning
A fire that ripped through a commercial building in Banning earlier this month dealt a devastating setback to the vinyl record industry.
California cities rank among country's best and worst places to raise kids, study says
Riverside is one of the worst places in the United States to raise children, while San Jose ranks among the best, according to a new Brandeis study.
San Bernardino PD asking for help solving 5 murders, possibly connected and gang-related
San Bernardino police hope the release of new video will help solve a series of shootings that left five people dead on the city's west side.
Dangerous winds knock over semi truck, wreak havoc on SoCal freeways
It all happened in a matter of moments. The driver of a semi truck tried to get out through his door, but he couldn't, so he had to kick out the windshield of his flipped truck just to make it out to safety.
42 cases of hepatitis A confirmed in San Bernardino County within last year, officials say
Public health officials in San Bernardino County are warning residents about 42 confirmed cases of hepatitis A within the last year.
Former city employees accuse San Bernardino mayor of sexual harassment, illegal finance activity
Two former female employees of the city of San Bernardino are accusing the mayor of sexual harassment and illegal financial activity.