(NEWS CENTER Maine) — Here is what you need to know as you start your day:

Deputy Secretary Julie Flynn is overseeing the Bureau of Corporations Elections and Commissions, and explained to reporters how the ranked choice voting tabulation process will begin with uploading the votes Friday.

1. RANKED-CHOICE RESULTS POSSIBLE WEDNESDAY

The final results of the ranked-choice tabulations for the Maine Democratic candidate for governor and the second congressional district could possibly come as early as Wednesday. A delay was caused by faulty computer memory sticks used in ballot machines. Police on Tuesday gathered paper ballots from the five towns and cities affected to be loaded into a computer in Augusta.

Process to count ranked-choice voting ballots expected to take days

Sunrise Care Facility in Jonesport is slated to close at the end of August 2018.

2. PUBLIC MEETING FOR CLOSING JONESPORT NURSING HOME

The Downeast Community Hospital held a public meeting Tuesday to listen to comments from a community concerned about the loss of jobs and the disruption of residents that will occur when the Sunrise Nursing Home in Jonesport is closed at the end of August. The hospital board says it will do its best to find new jobs for employees of Sunrise and new homes for the residents.

Nursing home in Washington County to close leaving 20 residents without housing

Kennebec Water District officials say the discoloration is caused by a water pipe break. Courtesy Portland Press Herald.

3. BROWN TAP WATER IN WATERVILLE CALLED SAFE TO DRINK

Kennebec Water District officials are telling Waterville area residents that the brown and cloudy water coming from their pipes is safe to drink, according to their tests. The temporary discoloration and possible off-taste is caused by sediments in the water from a water pipe break in Waterville that is being repaired.

Central American asylum seekers wait as U.S. Border Patrol agents take them into custody on June 12, 2018 near McAllen, Texas.
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4. TRUMP DEMANDS LAWMAKERS REFORM HIS OWN ADMINISTRATION'S IMMIGRATION POLICY

President Trump told Republicans, if they can come up with legislation to stop the separation of children from their parents at the U.S. border, he will sign it. The current immigration policy was enacted by the Trump administration only about a month ago. Lawmakers are considering a compromise bill that would stop the separation, while including provisions for billions of dollars for a border wall.

We're at the border. This is what we're seeing.

United States Ambassador to the United Nations, Nikki Haley, addresses the General Assembly prior to the vote on Jerusalem, on December 21, 2017, at UN Headquarters in New York.
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5. U.S. WITHDRAWING FROM UNITED NATIONS HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced that the United States is withdrawing from the U.N. Human Rights Council. Haley and Pompeo said the council is ignoring human rights abuses and allowing the worst offenders to join the council. This comes just a day after the council's top official criticized the Trump Administration's immigration policies that break apart families at the border.

Trump administration pulls US out of UN human rights council