Las Vegas morning update for Wednesday, February 14th — VIDEO

Here are your Wednesday morning headlines:

• A man in his 30s was killed by a stray bullet last night while he was putting out food for stray cats. It happened in a neighborhood north of the Strip.

• Police have captured a bull that was roaming through streets in central Las Vegas for several hours this morning. Police are still searching for the owner.

• The 51s will officially break ground on their new ballpark in Summerlin on Feb. 23.

• A retired North Las Vegas police lieutenant plans to challenge Joe Lombardo in the Clark County sheriff’s race. Tim Bedwell says he’s running to bring transparency and accountability after the Oct. 1 shooting.

• Mothers Against Police Brutality has condemned the hiring of Henderson’s new deputy police chief.

• The $3.4 billion MGM Cotai resort has opened in Macau.

• The Fremont Street Experience says people will soon be able to use a free app to write messages that can be flashed across its massive screen ceiling.

• The doctor who testified in War Machine’s trial has been arrested on dozens of federal charges of health care fraud and illegal distribution of the drug fentanyl.

• The first Red Flag training exercise of 2018 at Nellis Air Force base has been extended for a third week.

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