CHICAGO -- A Massachusetts woman faces felony stalking charges after prosecutors say she flew to Chicago, rented a red Mustang and tried to deliver a birthday gift to the young son of Chicago Cubs president Theo Epstein at his home near Wrigley Field.
Prosecutors said Tuesday that Kathleen Kearney, 44, of Canton, Mass., had tried to contact Epstein several times when he was the general manager of the Boston Red Sox.
She allegedly flew to Chicago Monday and used a rental car's navigation system to get to Epstein's home address, which she found on the Internet. At the home, she told Epstein's wife she had a backpack and birthday banner for their son, prosecutors said.
Kearney appeared in a Cook County courtroom Tuesday where she was charged with two felony counts of stalking. Bond was set at $75,000.
No evacuation: Detroit police made no announcement or call for an evacuation as they searched Comerica Park for explosive device while the Tigers and Los Angeles Angels played before nearly 34,000 fans.
The Detroit Free Press reported late Tuesday that an anonymous caller phoned a bomb threat to 911 around 8 p.m. Tuesday.
"There was no device found, and no evacuation was done," police spokeswoman Sgt. Eren Stephens told the newspaper.
Rose's reality show: Pete Rose is on deck for his own reality television show.
Entertainment Weekly reports that TLC is working on a show following Rose and his wife, model Kiana Kim.
Lin headed to Houston: Jeremy Lin is taking his game off Broadway -- way off -- to Houston after the New York Knicks announced Tuesday night they wouldn't match the Rockets' three-year, $25 million offer for the restricted free agent.
Nets sign Humphries: The Brooklyn Nets continued their offseason barrage of signings Tuesday, agreeing to a two-year deal with power forward Kris Humphries.
Humphries, 27, averaged 13.8 points and 11.0 rebounds for the Nets last season, and has averaged a double-double in back-to-back seasons.
Opposes change: Jonathan Vilma's hearing as he attempts to delay or overturn his season-long suspension has been moved up a week to July 26.
A U.S. District Court judge in Louisiana granted Vilma's motion Tuesday, although Vilma sought a hearing for Thursday. The Saints open training camp next Tuesday.
Upshaw honored: Pro Football Hall of Famer Gene Upshaw is being remembered with a Northern California cancer treatment center named in his honor.
The Gene Upshaw Memorial Tahoe Forest Cancer Center in Truckee, Calif., was formally opened on Tuesday.
Schleck out: The RadioShack Nissan Trek team pulled Frank Schleck, one of the biggest names in pro cycling, out the Tour de France on Tuesday after he failed a doping test, threatening to overshadow Bradley Wiggins' bid to win the three-week race in Paris this weekend.
Stevens hired: Scott Stevens, a longtime New Jersey captain and defenseman, was named an assistant coach by the Devils on Tuesday.
Stevens, who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in 2007, was the first player to have his jersey retired by the Devils.
Final table set: The final table for the 2012 World Series of Poker main event has been set.
The field was whittled down to the final nine early Tuesday, with Jesse Sylvia of West Tisbury, Mass., holding the chip lead with more than 44 million chips. The tournament now takes a break until Oct. 28.
Scaled back: London Olympic organizers have decided to cut a stunt bike sequence in the opening ceremony to guarantee that the extravaganza ends by midnight.
The committee says performers have been rehearsing to make sure the ceremony directed by Danny Boyle doesn't drag on. The International Olympic Committee has pressed to keep the ceremony tight so athletes can get enough sleep.