Rob McMillan, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Rob McMillan

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Rob:

San Bernardino County officials unclear on extent of COVID-19 spread after holiday weekend

San Bernardino County health officials say it could be 10 to 14 days before they find out the extent that Independence Day gatherings had on the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

IE mountain residents bracing for influx of visitors ahead of Fourth of July weekend

San Bernardino mountain residents are concerned that the recent closure of local beaches because of the COVID-19 pandemic could result in scores of tourists heading up to their neighborhoods on Independence Day weekend. → Read More

Riverside County not meeting state's COVID-19 goals for reopening

The continued reopening of Riverside County businesses could be in jeopardy because of the region's failure to meet certain COVID-19 state goals. → Read More

Family of man wounded by Rialto police 1 year ago demand his release from jail

Nearly one year since 29-year-old Lawrence Bender went to jail after being shot by Rialto police, his family and friends are calling for his release. → Read More

San Bernardino County Sheriff's Training Academy shut down after COVID-19 outbreak

The San Bernardino County Sheriff's Training Academy was shut down after 33 cadets tested positive for COVID-19 in a week. → Read More

Temecula wineries, temporarily shuttered amid COVD pandemic, reopen with health guidelines

Riverside county wineries now have approval to reopen tasting rooms with certain modifications. Social distancing is required, masks are recommended although not mandatory, and customers won't be able to stand at the bar. → Read More

Inland Empire reopening bars, wineries, movie theaters with new policies

Riverside and San Bernardino counties are reopening bars, wineries and movie theaters starting Friday. → Read More

USA Swimming faces lawsuit filed by several alleged victims of sexual abuse

Many swimmers can only dream of winning a gold medal during the Olympics. But for some, the swimming pool now symbolizes a nightmare of sexual abuse. → Read More

Caught on camera: Highland protesters' Black Lives Matter banner vandalized

A group of Black Lives Matters protesters in Highland say their signs were vandalized by two men who drove up to their protest and tore up their signs before leaving. → Read More

The 1918 Spanish flu: How lessons learned apply to today's COVID-19 pandemic

The 1918 H1N1 influenza pandemic, also known as the Spanish flu, was the most severe pandemic in modern history. About 675,000 deaths were reported in the United States. → Read More

Inland Empire coronavirus restrictions gradually ease as San Jacinto casino reopens

Coronavirus restrictions in San Bernardino and Riverside counties gradually ease, county leaders continue to discuss the next step in reopening more businesses. → Read More

Barstow veterans home may be forced to close because of CA budget crisis linked to COVID-19

About 200 veterans may be forced to relocate because a facility in Barstow is slated for closure during the state budget crisis. → Read More

Big Bear businesses urging county to let them reopen

Business owners and out-of-work employees held a rally in Big Bear Lake Wednesday, asking that COVID-19 related restrictions be eased to allow them to reopen. → Read More

Riverside County leaders vote to send letter to Gov. Newsom making case for faster reopening

The Riverside County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday voted unanimously to send a signed letter to Gov. Gavin Newsom to inform him that the county is ready to move on to the next stage of reopening. → Read More

Mount Baldy open to skiers despite being deemed non-essential business

Mount Baldy Resort is open for skiers and snowboarders despite state and local orders prohibiting non-essential businesses from operating amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Coronavirus: Riverside County golf courses reopen with restrictions

Golf courses in Riverside County are resuming operations with strict restrictions after officials made an amendment to the county's health order during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Family questions safety at Upland facility after outbreak, death of loved one with Down syndrome

The family of a man who died after testing positive for COVID-19 says the Upland nursing home where he lived in wasn't properly prepared for the virus. → Read More

SoCal food supply, especially IE dairy farms, interrupted by COVID-19

Dairy farms in the Inland Empire are seeing their operations disrupted by a steep drop in demand for milk amid the closures of schools and restaurants. → Read More

Inland Empire could see surge of COVID-19 cases at nursing homes

San Bernardino County has formed a task force to deal with coronavirus outbreaks at nursing homes as the Inland Empire braces for a surge of COVID-19 cases. → Read More

Coronavirus: Riverside County sheriff's deputy dies from COVID-19

A Riverside County sheriff's deputy has died after contracting the novel coronavirus, the agency announced Thursday. → Read More