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.
The winter storm looming off to the west of Chicago is one of those “it depends where you live” models.
Simply on the face of it, any toy designed to mimic poop is a bad idea as a Christmas gift.
The 2015 edition of the holiday windows at Macy’s–a delightful journey through our solar system–takes an unusual turn on Planet Earth.
Given the Chicago Cubs’ success this season, a smart Cubs fan might want to plan for next year, rather than simply wait for it.
In yet another sign that winter is upon us, downtown ice skating opens up again this weekend.
Tickets go on sale next Friday for the latest big name concert at Wrigley Field–James Taylor, with special guest Jackson Browne.
A judge could rule as soon as next week on whether to release a video of a Chicago police officer fatally shooting a teenager 16 times.
A former star basketball player at Farragut High School was found dead Tuesday in the back seat of his SUV in New York, according to published reports.
A box of Frangos is a seasonal gift staple in Chicago this time of year.
Josh Feuerstein, to his credit, certainly has the formula for manufacturing fake Internet outrage.
Apparently so concerned about the behavior and performance of one of their fellow officers, members of the Fox Lake Police Department wrote an extraordinary anonymous letter to the mayor, detailing myriad misdeeds by Lt. Joe Gliniewicz.
Does a religious upbringing actually make children less generous?
When Fox Lake Lt. Joe Gliniewicz died on Sept. 1 a charitable organization that comes to the aid of families of police officers gave the family $15,000.
As the investigation into the death of Fox Lake Police Lt. Joe Gliniewicz expanded, detectives began to examine text messages that indicate the officer was taking money from the town’s Police Explorer training program.
With just over $1 million in seed money in its back pocket, an upscale online delivery service is continuing its expansion into traditional brick-and-mortar stores.
Twenty years after opening its first boutique coffee bar on the North Side, the owners of Intelligentsia Coffee have sold a majority stake in the company to rival Peets.
Stripping away years of urban grit, the historic building that was formerly the Chicago Public Schools headquarters is getting a much-needed bath.
When President Obama awoke in his Kenwood home on the South Side this morning, he set an American record.
Buddy Guy is set to yet again be the centerpiece of a concert tour paying tribute to Jimi Hendrix.
A California woman was abducted at gunpoint in the Logan Square neighborhood of Chicago on Thursday night, robbed and then abandoned in Northwest Indiana.