Salma's canine rage

Salma Hayek is deeply distressed and angry that police in the Washington state hamlet where she keeps a ranch have closed their investigation into the shooting death of Mozart Hayek without making an arrest, TMZ says. Mozart, a 9-year-old pet dog, was shot and killed by a neighbor for allegedly trespassing on the adjoining property.

The actor was so determined to investigate the death, she had a necropsy performed. Death was caused by a pellet gun.

Hayek insists Mozart never crossed onto the other property, but the caretaker of her ranch told cops that's not strictly true. The neighbor said Hayek had been warned numerous times of the trespassing.

People making music

Adele "killed" at the kickoff concert for her new tour in Belfast, Northern Ireland, on Monday, reports Perez Hilton, using that most lethal term. The chanteuse will attempt to kill Philadelphians Sept. 9 and 10 at the Wells Fargo Center. . . . The Rolling Stones will celebrate Cuba's more open attitude to the non-Communist world by playing a free outdoor show in Havana on March 25.

Erin Andrews testifies

Fox Sports reporter Erin Andrews testified Tuesday in her civil trial that although her career has thrived since convicted stalker Michael David Barrett posted a nude vid of her in 2008, she'll never get over the fear and suffering he caused.

Barrett shot the vid through a peephole in Andrews' Nashville, Tenn., hotel room. She is suing the stalker and the hotel for $75 mil.