Mason Johnson was born in Chicago and is a CBSChicago.com Web Content Producer.
Graduating from Columbia College Chicago with a degree in Creative Writing, Mason pens opinion pieces and helps manage the “Best Of” content.
Mason also manages the content for the classic-hits radio station, 104.3 K-HITS.
Mason tweets, though not sensibly.
To protest the President not releasing his taxes, protesters will drop pants and point their buttocks at Trump Tower.
“When I started saying “Happy Holidays” to customers at the toy store I worked at, I never expected the negative reaction I got.”
The politically incorrect party game is addressing the underrepresentation of women in science, technology, engineering and math.
A post featuring a photo of a buttocks with a shady shortlink appeared around 12:45 p.m.
Opinion: Illinois Sinks Into The Abyss, Politicians Abandon Ship And The State’s Most Vulnerable Drown
Illinois’s entire social services landscape is sinking, pulled under by the weight of the state’s budget quarrel. Thousands are suffering.
“The people who are most vulnerable are paying the price.”
Holidays are about honoring someone other than yourself, not indulging in a brand produced by a giant corporation…
North Carolina’s bill shares some similarities with a bill proposed by Illinois legislators, but also many differences.
Good news: Naperville, Illinois has some of the lowest rates in America.
The report only contains data from January to June.
Star Wars brings us comfort, yet its materialism can make us lonely…
Trump’s supporters are a fraction of a fraction of a fraction of America. Let’s crunch the numbers!
Change won’t come from the the Mayor’s Office. Change will come from Chicago’s citizens, and the Mayor will be lucky if he’s allowed to help.
The city and the police union are duking it out in court over decades of police complaint data…
Tens of thousands of complaints have resulted in few disciplinary actions against the many Chicago police officers being accused of misconduct…
While Chicago’s murder totals have seen small declines, robberies and aggravated assaults have gone down at a faster rate than the nation as a whole.
Chicago has had thousands of restaurants fail health inspections this year. How worried should this make you? Not very, actually.
The FBI’s violent crime report is not a ranking — there are no winners, no losers. Mostly, these statistics are here to help individual cities track their crime over long periods of time…
Photographic proof that the Twitter account for Six Flags St. Louis keeps its word when it loses a bet…
After years of partially unreported violent crime statistics in the FBI’s Uniform Crime Report, Chicago’s numerical quirks have finally been hammered out…