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.
Marine experts say turtles including the Atlantic green, loggerheads, and critically endangered Kemp's Ridley typically travel to Long Island to forage for food in the summer months. It goes south when they miss their cue to migrate.
The father of an eight-year-old boy and the father's fiancee were arrested in connection with the boy's murder on Long Island.
More than 650 sixth, seventh and eighth graders and faculty from Northport Middle School have been relocated to three other schools in the district while administrators address years of complaints about odors and hazardous chemicals possibly sickening students and staff.
A coalition of Long Island leaders and members of law enforcement believes judges should have discretion as they have in other states that have implemented similar laws.
Septic tanks at Northport Middle School recently tested positive for benzene.
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, veterans have a harder time getting access to capital for business startups. That's why the Center for Entrepreneurship at Hofstra University in Hempstead offers its services for members of the military.
Sheriff Errol Toulon Jr. said the new bail law fails to protect victims of some questionable crimes and puts the community at risk.
The project to add a third track on the LIRR from Floral Park to Hicksville is ahead of schedule.
The crowds continue to flock to DMV offices on Long Island after the enactment of the Green Light Law. The DMV is urging New Yorkers to avoid lines by completing certain tasks online.
Hundreds of people gathered on Long Island to stand against hate and anti-Semitism, and marches have been scheduled for hte coming weeks to fight bigotry.