John Dodge is the Executive Producer of CBS Chicago’s website. (You are here now! Thanks for joining us.)
Mr. Dodge has been a journalist a good long while, long enough to be called a “veteran.”
Before arriving at CBS, Mr. Dodge held various editorial positions at the Chicago Sun-Times.
He likes to write about things that he finds interesting.
He hopes you feel the same way.
He also likes Twitter: @dodgerman
Come and play with him, but play nice.
Perhaps fearing he was losing his edge, Stephen Colbert has decided he needs some practice before he takes over as host of “The Late Show” on CBS this fall.
Where does the time go?
Six-year-old Max Kent wound up to deliver the pitch, doing what many boys do on a summer day.
U.S. Soccer will host a 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup viewing party for the U.S. Women’s National Team semifinal match on Tuesday in Lincoln Park.
The tornado that tore through the town of Coal City on Monday evening was the strongest such storm to hit the Chicago metro area in 25 years.
Recognizing a resurgence in popularity of vinyl records, a Chicago-based company has created an unusual turntable with a high-tech, modern design.
A larger, more modern Ferris Wheel will be built at Navy Pier, replacing the 20-year-old iconic attraction at the state’s most popular tourist destination.
Walking down Wabash, the stench hung heavy in the aftermath.
After three Stanley Cup titles and two Olympic gold medals, one can forgive Toews if he is at a loss for words.
Patrick Kane stepped before the 70,000 fans at Thursday’s Stanley Cup rally at Soldier Field: “What’s up? Chicagoooooohh!”
Patrick Kane has a twin!
Chicago was celebrating the Blackhawks in a wild scene Thursday.
The parade will now start at Washington and Racine.
The tickets sold out in minutes and now crews are working feverishly to get Solider Field ready for the Chicago Blackhawks rally on Thursday.
Patrick Sharp greeted a very important guest at his home on Tuesday afternoon.
Fans can celebrate the 2015 Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks beginning at 10 a.m. on Thursday with a parade followed by a rally at Soldier Field.
Tough guys cry, too — especially when your girlfriend shows up with two center ice tickets to Game 6, courtesy of BMO Harris Bank.
Who are the favorites to win the Cup in 2016?
Just around the time that Patrick Kane drilled his one-timer past Ben Bishop on Monday night, effectively ensuring another Stanley Cup for the Blackhawks, a whopping 3.3 million viewers were watching in Chicago.
At least based on past performance, if the Chicago Blackhawks score first and are leading after the first period, there will be quite the celebration tonight.