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
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Customers seeking super-fast Internet download speed are in for a treat, although a pricey one.
Within hours Cardinal George’s death, the Archdiocese of Chicago created a poignant and elegant tribute on its website.
Even the casual hockey fan knows that the Chicago Blackhawks are part of the “Original Six.” What might be surprising is how long it took for the National Hockey League to evolve.
Last Thursday’s severe weather created a total of 11 tornadoes in Illinois, including the rare EF-4 storm that destroyed much of two small towns west of Chicago.
Starting on Thursday, Oprah fans can get a glimpse of her things.
Chicago Public Schools is the target of a federal investigation, officials acknowledged on Wednesday.
While it may be more typical to see a storm warning this time of year, the National Weather Service on Wednesday issued a “fire weather warning.”
The iconic clocks outside the store formerly known as Marshall Field’s are getting a face lift.
Kenneth Caudle knows a thing or two about fire.
Awww, Mr. T has a soft side.
When it comes to trends, this thing involving bacon simply won’t go away.
As David Letterman begins his final weeks hosting late night television, CBS has revealed an A list of guests.
Chicago has a new tourism campaign.
Of the 18 runoff races for City Council, five of them remain too close to call.
After touring the damage left by powerful tornadoes that killed two people and injured nearly two dozen others, Gov. Bruce Rauner declared two counties disaster areas.
For nearly 90 minutes, Walker Ashley followed the violent storms that pulverized northern Illinois on Thursday evening.
Imagine if you could take public transit to the National Parks.
Target has confirmed that it will open a TargetExpress store in Streeterville this October
Images of a gray-haired Rod Blagojevich in prison were leaked this week to the gossip site, Radar Online.
The National Weather Service has modified the way it categorizes the anticipated risk of severe weather.