Rob Schmitt comes to CBS2/KCAL9 as an anchor and reporter from WPLG, the ABC affiliate in Miami. Rob’s career has taken him all over the country. In Miami, Rob chased hurricanes in the Caribbean and was on the ground in Port Au Prince, Haiti just days after a massive earthquake destroyed the island nation’s capital city. Rob’s reports from Haiti were used all over the country in the days after the quake hit. Originally from Indiana, Rob graduated from the Ernie Pyle School of Journalism at Indiana University. Rob enjoys playing golf and tennis in Southern California, and laying by the pool on his days off.
When surveying multi-million dollar estates there’s no better way to get a lay of the land than with Heli-Realtors, who take their high-end clientele on a helicopter ride over the property.
One local woman is recounting a horrifying ordeal a week after coming eye-to-eye with a 250-pound California black bear while walking her dogs in Ojai.
Eight people gunned down last year at a Seal Beach hair salon will be remembered Thursday night with a candlelight vigil.
The horse’s name is Calamity Jane, but the true calamity is that someone shot the equine 58 times with a BB gun.
Hollywood resident Keith Levidow said he had just stepped out of his apartment building when he collapsed. A stranger jogging by administered CPR while neighbors called 911. Levidow said he now wants to find the man who saved his life.
Sharon Stone is being sued by a former nanny who claims the Oscar-nominated actress insulted her Filipino heritage and fired her after discovering she had been paid overtime.
The Pico Rivera teacher accused of smacking one of his students upside the head is getting a lot of support — and from other students.
Police Friday night hunted for three suspects wanted for assaulting a man at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center earlier in the day.
To many of us athletes are on another level — idolized by millions and well paid to play their games — but like anyone else, they have responsibilities and hassles, like moving.
A Rowland Heights doctor has been charged with second-degree murder after three of her patients died from prescription drug overdoses.
Authorities say a stuntman suffered burns while filming in the Elysian Heights Park area, north of Dodger Stadium.
A family fight in Simi Valley Wednesday night ended with a woman dead and a person of interest in police custody.
Officials in Riverside are looking for a pickup driver who allegedly dragged a German Shepherd puppy behind their vehicle while tied to a rope.
A group of Orange County cheerleaders say they quit the squad following a dispute with their coaches.
With nine days until Halloween, some find it hard to believe that preparations for the holiday season are already under way at South Coast Plaza.