A high-ranking member of the Islamic State, who is a naturalized U.S. citizen, who lived in Brooklyn has been charged with providing material support to the terrorist organization.

The Health Department is evaluating the water system at a public housing complex in Manhattan after two cases of Legionnaires’ Disease were diagnosed within the past year.

This weekend’s forecasted heat could be particularly difficult for residents of a Public Housing building on the Upper West Side. The one elevator in the seven-story building on West 84th Street has been out of service for two weeks.

National Grid is preparing for possible outages with this extreme heat. Air conditioners will be on around the clock in peoples’ homes and the company plans to monitor the usage on the system statewide.

Saratoga philanthropist and Saratoga Race Course mainstay Marylou Whitney has died, according to the New York Racing Association. Whitney was 93.

Rensselaer County officials say they will share voter roll information with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.