7 Things You Need to Know Sunday April 14, 2019

1. For the last 50 years, the world's largest trivia contest has taken place on the campus of University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point (UWSP).
This weekend its on again. It's the one weekend out of the year that the student-run radio station, WWSP 90FM, broadcasts 54 hours of non-stop trivia questions as hundreds of teams call in their answers.

2. Milwaukee Bucks begin their playoff series tomorrow with homecourt advantage throughout the postseason. The Bucks will match up against the eighth seeded Detroit Pistons. After two seasons watching the playoffs from home, the Pistons will be the underdog in this series.

3. Bloomington Police Chief Jeff Potts says the 5 year-old child who was thrown from a third story balcony in the mall of america "is still alive." The police chief held a press conference Saturday. He said the family is requesting privacy and the name of the child has not been released. Potts said police are "confident the child was thrown by the suspect." but are still investigating any reasoning as to why the suspect would do that. Charges are expected to be filed Monday.

4. 100 people from 9 states are sick due to a salmonella outbreak. Pre-cut melon sold at whole foods, Kroger, Target, Walmart, Trader Joes and other stores have been voluntarily recalled. The recalled products include pre-cut watermelon, honeydew melon, and cantaloupe.They were packaged in clear, plastic clam shell containers -- and sold under various brands. Wisconsin is one of the 16 states the recall affects.

5. Another large caravan is headed toward the Southern border. Officials say hundreds of central american migrants have crossed into Mexico. This as President Trump considers sending undocumented immigrants in federal custody to so-called "sanctuary cities." Opponents of the president's plan to ship migrants far from the border call it dehumanizing, costly, and possibly illegal.

6. Monday, April 15, 2019 is Tax Day, the deadline for filing individual tax returns to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Those affected are generally self-employed, retirees, investors and those who pay their taxes quarterly, but with recent changes to tax law, many others could be affected. The April 15 deadline is the first time taxpayers will have to file under the the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.

7. Due to possibility of bad weather in Georgia, CBS is moving up the start of golf masters to 8 A.M. local time. CBS will be preempting "CBS Sunday Morning" and "Face the Nation". CBS is also preempting both "CBS Sports Spectacular" shows. Live coverage of golf is scheduled to be 9 A.M. ET - 2 P.M. ET. Local shows preempted: 9:30 A.M. Coldwell Bankers, 10 A.M. Time of Grace, 10:30 A.M.and 11:00 A.M. Paid Programs.