United States Attorney Scott C. Blader announced that Clifford T. Bowe, M.D., a retired Cadott, Wisconsin physician, entered into a settlement agreement to pay $70,000 to resolve civil allegations that he violated the Controlled Substances Act relating to his prescribing of controlled substances, including opioids, outside the usual course of professional practice, among other CSA violations.
To enhance safety for all travelers, the Wisconsin State Patrol plans to use aircraft and ground-based officers to enforce speed limits and other traffic laws in Eau Claire, Jackson, Buffalo, Pierce and Washburn counties.
The task force will advise the governor and Wisconsin State Legislature on broadband actions and policy, including strategies for successfully expanding high speed internet access to every residence, business, and institution in the state.
Duncan McKinley of Eau Claire Memorial always had dreams of playing college football for the Wisconsin Badgers and he will make that dream a reality joining the team as a long snapper this season, but long snapper wasn't exactly his first choice.
Attorney General Josh Kaul today announced a coalition of 18 attorneys general filed a lawsuit to stop a new federal rule that threatens to bar hundreds of thousands of international students from studying in the United States.