Texas boy fulfills dream of becoming a cop

In trending news this morning, Fort Worth Police have a special new officer, Warren Buffet is offering a large incentive to participate in March Madness, and a small town gets a a big Irish makeover.

First up, a 10-year-old boy is the newest police officer with the Fort Worth Police Department. Dakin Lovelace has an extremely rare disorder called Spinal Muscular Atrophy with Respiratory Distress.

He says he's wanted to be a cop since he was little, so the department helped him go through all the processes a normal cop would go through. He says the best part of his day was getting to arrest his mom, because she's "a really bad driver."

Also trending, billionaire Warren Buffett is giving his employees a big incentive to participate in march madness. The Berkshire Hathaway CEO is promising $1 million a year for life to any employee who picks a perfect bracket through the sweet sixteen in the NCAA Tournament. The odds are about 1 in 128 billion.

He's been doing the bracket competition since 2014, no one has won the big bucks yet. But you don't have to be a big winner to get some cash. Buffett says he'll also give $100,000 to whoever can keep their bracket intact the longest.

Finally in trending news, a small Wisconsin town called New London is now officially New Dublin for the entire week. All week, the town will participate in Irish caroling, and other forms of Irish entertainment. The town of about 7,000 people expects 30-40 thousand visitors on Saturday.