Rob McMillan, ABC7 Eyewitness News

Rob McMillan

ABC7 Eyewitness News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Rob:

Newsom releases millions in aid to cities, counties for homeless crisis

Gov. Newsom announced $650 million in emergency aid will be allocated to cities and counties to combat California's homeless crisis. → Read More

LA area workers most at risk of losing jobs to automation, study finds

A new study shows Southern California is at risk of losing more jobs to automation than anywhere else in the nation. → Read More

Some San Bernardino mountain residents still dealing with power outages

Power has been down for days in some neighborhoods in Crestline, Lake Arrowhead and other communities after a storm knocked down power poles and trees. → Read More

Big Bear's heaviest November snow storm in 50 years leads to road closures, power outages

The heaviest November storm to hit Big Bear in more than 50 years led to road closures, stuck cars and power outages throughout the region on Friday. → Read More

SB 15 Freeway at Cajon Pass reopens as storm continues

The southbound 15 Freeway at the Cajon Pass was reopened after it was temporarily closed due to traffic accidents amid snow in the area, Caltrans said. → Read More

SB 15 Freeway at Cajon Pass shut down as storm continues

The southbound 15 Freeway was closed at the Cajon Pass due to traffic accidents amid snow in the area. → Read More

USC band director Arthur C. Bartner set to retire after 50 years at the helm

After leading the USC Trojan Marching Band for half a century, Dr. Arthur C. Bartner will soon be retiring. → Read More

After 50 years, USC band director eyeing retirement

After leading the USC Trojan Marching Band for half a century, Dr. Arthur C. Bartner will soon be retiring. → Read More

San Bernardino Mountain residents wake up to several inches of snow

Snow started falling in the San Bernardino Mountains overnight and by sunrise there were 6 to 8 inches of snow on the ground in the town of Running Springs. → Read More

9-year-old boy shoots 3 students with BB gun at Pasadena elementary school, police say

Three Pasadena elementary school children were wounded by another student who brought a BB gun onto campus and fired it on the school playground, police said. → Read More

Frustrated IE residents attend meeting on SoCal Edison power shutoffs

Despite calm conditions and near perfect weather, residents near the base of the Cajon Pass are already turning their attention toward the next Santa Ana wind event, whenever it might comes. → Read More

Riverside man with 'Elephant Man' condition sees improvements with face surgery

A Riverside man with a rare genetic disease is experiencing better breathing and fewer headaches after undergoing critical surgery to his face. → Read More

Vaping illness: Inland Empire teen suffers life-threatening complications from e-cigarette

A teenager from Desert Hot Springs has spent the last five weeks in the hospital, after life-threatening complications believed to be caused by vaping. → Read More

Search continues for 2 Inland Empire home invasion robbery suspects

Investigators are still looking for two men suspected in a string of violent home invasion robberies spanning the Inland Empire. → Read More

Animals at Riverside adoption center rushed to safety as 46 Fire rages nearby

Volunteers rushed to evacuate animals from the Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center in Riverside, but fire officials now say the 46 Fire is not threatening the facility. → Read More

SoCal fire danger: Homeowners, schools preparing for powerful winds, potential wildfires

Residents, schools and firefighters throughout Southern California are preparing for powerful Santa Ana winds to blow through the region, leading to increased fire risk. → Read More

74 structures destroyed after 500-acre fire sparked by burning trash rips through mobile home park

A 500-acre brush fire erupted in Calimesa on Thursday afternoon when a trash truck dumped a burning load of garbage, resulting in the loss of 74 homes, fire officials confirmed. → Read More

Calimesa fire rampages through mobile home park, explodes to 500 acres with 0 percent containment: WATCH LIVE

A massive fire erupted near Calimesa on Thursday afternoon, destroying several homes at a hillside mobile home park. → Read More

Riverside middle school bullying case explodes on social media

A case of alleged bullying at a Riverside middle school has exploded on social media after a popular Instagrammer may have unwittingly added to the bullying. → Read More

Middle school bullying case explodes on social media

A case of alleged bullying at a Riverside middle school has exploded on social media after a popular Instagrammer may have unwittingly added to the bullying. → Read More