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.
With the holiday season quickly approaching, airports are preparing for holiday travelers, but do people feel comfortable flying?
At the age of 100, a school bus monitor on Long Island who has worked for more than 5 decades is finally retiring.
A judge on Long Island has blocked plans to turn an empty hotel building in Jericho into a homeless shelter.
HorseAbility plans on going to all of the 23 hospitals by the end of the year.
Museums, aquariums and zoos have all reopened, but Governor Cuomo has yet to lift the ban on outdoor amusement parks, frustrating many park owners.
Even as a record number of people are expected to vote by mail this November, states are facing a shortage of poll workers. Now, young people are stepping up to help fill the gap.
An unusual hearing on juror misconduct is delaying the sentencing of a man convicted of the DWI death of a 12-year-old Boy Scout on Long Island.
In a letter sent to parents, the superintendent said that some of the middle and high school students playing in the game were sharing food and water bottles.
Nineteen years ago today, hundreds of people gathered at Point Lookout on Long Island and watched in disblief as black smoke billowed from Lower Manhattan. Today, they held a socially distanced ceremony to remember that fateful day.
Tom Wilson was an NYPD sergeant on September 11, 2001. He spent more than 300 hours working at Ground Zero and Fresh Kills landfill in the days, weeks, and months following the attacks.