Wisconsin Law enforcement will be working hard to combat drunk driving through their "Drive Sober or Gett Pulled Over" campaign. The campaign began on August 19th and will continue through September 5th.
Texting and driving is a prevalent problem within the United States. It is common to see other drivers using their phones while driving, and sometimes even you may use your phone while driving.
A common question posed to patients in their doctor's office is, "Do you feel safe? Is there anyone in your life that is hurting you?" But what happens when it is the actual doctor who is causing harm? Unfortunately, studies have shown that this does happen, and takes multiple forms. Physicians in every state have been accused of sexual misconduct, and some are getting away with it, despite the American Medical Association's (AMAs) zero tolerance policy of any sexual conduct of a physician toward a patient or former patient.
A police officer from Dallas recently had a tea party with a little girl whose life he saved after she began choking on a coin. The tea party took place in honor of the one-year anniversary of the officer saving the little girl's life.
Every year more people in the United States die in car accidents than any other high-income country, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
A Milwaukee Alderman has made a proposal to add red light and speed cameras to traffic lights in Milwaukee. The Alderman hopes that the addition of the camera will reduce the number of accidents.
During the summers of 2012 to 2014, greater than 5,000 people have died in automobile accidents involving teen drivers according to AAA. The Foundation for Traffic Safety completed a study that showed almost 60% of teen accidents involved distracted drivers. According to AAA, over the past five years, the average number of accidents involving teenage drivers increased 16% per day during the summer compared to other days of the year.
A new number has been established for people wishing to contact the Wisconsin State Patrol. You can call the toll-free number 1-844-847-1234 to contact the Wisconsin State Patrol with questions or requests for services. According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, the toll-free number is in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
The Attorney General of Wisconsin, Brad Schimel, made a statement that more people in Wisconsin die each year from drug overdoses than car accidents.
The company General Mills has stated that there will be an expansion of its flour recall. The decision to expand the recall was in response to an announcement from the CDC that four additional people have developed E.coli infections linked to the flour.