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.
Classrooms packed up prematurely as the 2019–2020 school year came to an abrupt end. It was hard not only for students but for staff, too.
An osprey that was hit by an oncoming train has recovered thanks to a rare operation.
Some officials believe the subpar weather this weekend and on Monday worked in their favor by buying time to come up with future plans for the beaches.
Small businesses are trying to find ways to survive during the coronavirus pandemic.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone and Nassau County Executive Laura Curran are restricting access to some beaches to residents only.
The recreational boating season has gotten off to a very busy start. Because of COVID-19 and the social distancing restrictions on land, many people are taking to the water. But officials are reminding people the same rules apply.
Bob Van Bourgondien said business at his wholesale greenhouse should be booming but like so many other industries, they, too, have been uprooted.
Skyler Grathwohl has achieved the first part of her dream by becoming an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. She was sworn in as a second lieutenant in her family's backyard.
Air from around the unit goes through a catalytic converter process using a UV light. The system converts oxygen and moisture into a safe amount of hydrogen peroxide, which is then released into the air to reduce pathogens by over 99%.
The majority of commercial fishermen on Long Island's East End are reeling from the COVID-19 pandemic.