A Springdale church goes up in flames overnight and a hit and run arrest in Fayetteville after a bizarre string of events.
Those are just two of the seven stories at 7:00 you need to know about before you head out the door.
No official word yet on what caused an abandoned church to go up in flames overnight on South Thompson Street.
The call came in at around 10 P.M. Sunday night, with all Springdale Fire Departments fighting the flames into the early hours of the morning.
Ladder 4 from Fayetteville also responded to the fire.
At this hour, the investigation continues.
The building is a total loss.
Also in Springdale, a congregation makes its new home in a former furniture store after being forced to move.
Victory Church is now holding services in the Ozark Center Point Place shopping center.
Construction on I-540 forced the congregation to move out of their old building.
The church plans to move to a permanent space in Tontitown, but says the city's offer for their old location wasn't enough to pay for the move.
If an agreement between the two parties can't be reached then the matter will be settled in court.
A Bentonville woman has her car stolen at church!
Tabitha Pearcy's car keys were swiped off a pew during the Sunday service.
Church members say the thief was seen arriving to church on a bus and he filled out a visitor information card.
Police caught the suspect, Josh Tipee, 28, and Pearcy got her car back.
A Springdale man is arrested after his girlfriend says he beat her up, choked her and then disappeared with her infant son.
In the police report, Brentley Wolfgang's girlfriend told officers it started with a fight Sunday.
She says Wolfgang knocked her unconscious in the couple's driveway and took off with her child.
Police arrested him and found the child two hours later.
This morning, Wolfgang is out of jail.
He was released yesterday, on a $5,000 bond.
He faces kidnapping and aggravated assault charges.
Fayetteville police say a man hit two pedestrians and never stopped.
Even after one of the victims crashed through his windshield and landed inside his car.
According to investigators, the accident happened at the intersection of Dickson and University.
That's when one of the victims came through his windshield and landed in the passenger seat.
Officers say Charles Jones kept driving and eventually force the girl to get out of his car.
Jones was stopped because his headlights were off, but after seeing the busted windshield, it didn't take long for police to make the connection.
Jones now faces charges of driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident, false imprisonment and third degree battery.
It's Inauguration Day.
On Sunday, both President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden were officially sworn into office at the White House.
Today, they will both raise their right hands for their second ceremonial inauguration outside the capitol.
The event will be followed by a parade down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House.
Medical marijuana is making its way back to the ballot.
The group Arkansans for Compassionate Care will submit the Arkansas Medical Marijuana Act of 2014 to the Attorney General for approval today.
The act failed to pass in November but it was a close race, with 49-percent of Arkansans supporting the measure and 51-percent against it.
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