Children languish in ERs while waiting for psych beds

Parents of Minnesota children as young as 7 or 8 describe agonizing waits in emergency departments that are not equipped to treat people with serious mental illness and where prolonged stays can be traumatic.
Utah transplant Rachel Bryant and her sons Ezra, 3, and Seth, 5, in the basement of their new Elk River home.

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Andre Moore, right, said he suffers PTSD from the treatment at the hands of cops.
A screenshot of Andre Moore’s case file uses the booking photo of his battered face, while he is referred to at top as “Moore Money Mooore problems.”

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Minneapolis police arrested Andre Moore with two pounds of meth. But when two public defenders started asking whether the informant really existed, the case fell apart.
Twins first baseman Miguel Sano celebrated his three-run homerr off Athletics reliever Jake Diekman in the eighth inning Saturday at Target Field, a h

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Belle Plaine students held their carnival party-themed prom outdoors on May 1.

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