Robb had quite the nomadic life growing up, living on both coasts and overseas before moving to Fresno from Mariposa in 1989. He attended Fresno State and graduated with a degree in Mass Communications/Journalism.
He began reporting Central Valley traffic conditions in the Fall of 1995, and has been heard on various radio stations in Fresno, Visalia and Merced. He also reported traffic for abc30 (1997-2000) and KSEE Sunrise (2005-2007) before leaving to work for a traffic reporting company in Las Vegas. Robb also briefly worked for the Fresno County Sheriff's Office before returning to work for KSEE24 in 2011 as an Assignment Editor.
He began his radio career in July 1992 at "Kiss Country 93.7" (KSKS-FM), and has also worked as an on-air personality for KSXY-FM (now Y-101), "B-95" (KBOS-FM) and "New Rock 104" (KFRR-FM).
Robb enjoys spending time with his wife and daughters, as well as travel, food, movies, and music. He is a passionate football (er, soccer) fan, ardently supporting Manchester United and Swansea City AFC. About once a year he dons a kilt and co-emcees the Fresno Highland Gathering & Games with KJWL’s Bruce Campbell.