Jodi Goldberg joined the FOX 5 News team in December of 2014.
Prior to that, she worked as a general assignment reporter for FiOS1 News on Long Island, where she shot, wrote and edited all of her stories. During her time at FiOS 1, Jodi covered some of the most important stories impacting Long Island, including Superstorm Sandy. She extensively covered the City of Long Beach, from the storm's devastation to the heartfelt rebuilding of the city.
She started her career at WLNY TV 10/55 where she was a general assignment reporter and special segments anchor.
Jodi graduated summa cum laude from Long Island University Post campus with a degree in psychology.
Long Island-born and raised, Jodi loves spending time with her family and friends. She also enjoys indoor cycling and the thrill of skydiving.
McKesson, Cardinal Health and AmerisourceBergen are the latest to settle in one of the nation's largest opioid lawsuits. The distributors are among a lengthy list of pharmaceutical companies and manufacturers accused of fueling the opioid crisis on Long Island and across the state.
The damaging brown tide is threatening seagrass and hard clams in the Great South Bay.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we're starting to see pop-up shops appearing year-round to fill empty storefronts.
FOX 5 NY got a tour of PSEG's Lineman Training Facility in Hicksville to learn more about why the power goes out and how it gets restored.
New moms may soon have another option to address postpartum depression. A clinical trial of a new drug has yielded promising results.
Some elected officials who represent communities along the coastline from Coney Island to Nassau County have been fielding calls from constituents wondering if their buildings are safe.
The Port Jefferson Fourth of July Parade was back and bigger than in years past. Last year's celebration was canceled altogether because of the pandemic.
After months away from their work due to the pandemic, hospital volunteers are finally getting back to supporting patients and medical workers across our area.
The lawsuit — filed by Nassau County, Suffolk County, and the New York attorney general — accuses some of the biggest pharmaceutical companies and distributors of fueling the opioid epidemic. The litigation is the first of its kind in the nation in which a jury rather than a judge will decide the outcome.
A state senator is demanding that the Suffolk County executive and the county police department disclose more information on the Gilgo Beach serial killer case.