With four days left in 2017, the Wisconsin State Patrol reports the state’s traffic fatality count is almost the same as last year.  A total of 584 people have died on Wisconsin roads, four fewer than 2016.  It has been a bad year for pedestrians.  Sixty-two have been killed this year, an increase of more than 26 percent.  The State Patrol is in the middle of its “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign for the holiday period.  Troopers are trying to prevent the fatality rate from surpassing last year’s.