Kansas services set for woman shot while driving in Iowa

May 3, 2019
In this undated photo provided by the University Of Northern Iowa Athletic Department on Tuesday, April 30, 2019, is Micalla Alexis Rettinger. Rettinger, 25, was shot and killed about 2:30 a.m. Sunday as she drove over a wooded area along the Cedar River in Waterloo, Iowa. Police say there's no indication Rettinger was targeted and investigators are seeking the public's help in determining whether the gunfire came from nearby woods. Rettinger pulled over and died after being hit in the neck. (University Of Northern Iowa via AP)

WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) — A former college softball player fatally shot while driving in eastern Iowa will be memorialized Friday at a funeral Mass in her Kansas hometown.

Micalla Alexis Rettinger was shot early Sunday morning as she drove over a wooded area along the Cedar River in Waterloo. The 25-year-old former University of Northern Iowa softball player pulled over along U.S. Highway 218 and died. The bullet also struck one of her passengers: her 32-year-old boyfriend, Adam Kimball. He was hospitalized and the bullet was recovered.

At least $58,000 has been offered as a reward for information leading to an arrest.

The Mass is scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. Friday at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Lenexa, Kansas. She had been living in Waterloo since graduating in 2016 from the university.