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.
Get ready for a second blast of snow on Thursday afternoon.
Democratic Rep. Jan Schakowsky, a strong supporter of Israel, will be skipping Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s politically sensitive address to a joint session of Congress.
An outbreak of HIV cases in far south east Indiana has been traced largely to addicts using a powerful painkiller.
Tuesday night’s election results gave Chicago six more weeks of political campaigning, and from the looks of the weather forecast the city might have a similar amount of winter left, as well.
To get into this exclusive club, a worthy candidate needs about $300,000 in seed money.
Never before in the centuries of golf history, has a seven putt on single hole been considered so impressive.
Welcome to the CBS Chicago School Closing Early Warning Center™.
Why would any sane individual race up 95 floors of a tall building? Here’s why.
OK, parents, listen up.
Just days after accepting a season-ending punishment for its involvement in a brawl during a boys basketball game, the School Town of Griffith is appealing the decision.
In the modern digital world, images are instant and pervasive. Yet, there is still something magical, even romantic, about holding an actual photograph.
School Street Posters sells beautiful maps of college campuses.
There is nothing more depressing, more revolting than adults selfishly acting like martyrs and using children as symbolic human shields.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel was so outraged with the decision by Little League International officials to strip Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West of its national title, that he personally called the organization’s leader.
Mayoral candidate Willie Wilson didn’t exactly stick to the script when he was asked for his position on legalizing marijuana use.
The boys basketball seasons for two Northwest Indiana schools have been canceled, following a beach-clearing brawl last weekend.
Emperor Mike Pence, the Supreme Leader of the great state of Indiana, has impeccable timing when to comes to how he learns things.
After learning that kids would spend 12 hours taking the state assessment test this spring, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence on Monday ordered that the exam be drastically cut.
By John Dodge CHICAGO (CBS) — Amid growing fears among educators about the state’s student assessment plans, Indiana’s state education Supt. Glenda Ritz on Monday called for a special meeting of the state board to […]
Reservations are now being accepted–frozen curbside service!