After long Prayer and contemplating. I have come to the conclusion that we can no longer allow this country to go on as business as usual. Slavery still exist in its essence and core within our constitution and guised in punishment. I always understood the true meaning of slavery to be economics and labor, but never knew how to approach ... Read More »
New Investigative Reporter. What's happening with our Criminal Justice System
Commmunity Businesses and Churches; ARE THEY GIVING BACK TO THE COMMUNITY??? We will start looking at these places and see are they giving back to the community or just taking away.
T.O.P.S introduces the Youth program. Our youth will be on the move and speaking from their own perspective.
Look Forward To Real News Coming. Not the pretty whitewashed news, but he truth coming from the directly impacted people and their stories.
Welcome to Hot Topic's Here in Dothan. Who's in who's pocket. Where is all the money going. What can we all as citizens of Dothan do to help.
Free Alabama Movement
F.A.M. Free Alabama Movement joins up with T.O.P.S. to address the Alabama prison system.
Local News & Events
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 7, 2016 Contact: Pastor Kenneth Glasgow 334-791-2433 firstname.lastname@example.org Prisoner Rights Advocates and Correctional Officers Praise DOJ Investigation of Alabama Prisons, Warn it Must Not Lead to Proliferation of New Prisons The Ordinary People’s Society (TOPS) applauds the decision by the U.S. Department of Justice to investigate alleged civil rights violations of prisoners by ... Read More »
Governor Bentley announcer the formation of a gambling advisory council in this October 3, 2016 photo. By Ken Curtis | Posted: Mon 8:32 PM, Oct 03, 2016 | Updated: Mon 8:38 PM, Oct 03, 2016 Montgomery- Gov. Robert Bentley is creating a study group to probe the divisive gambling issue in Alabama. He made the announcement Monday, nearly two weeks after suggesting electronic bingo casinos may ... Read More »
Posted: Mon 8:29 PM, Oct 03, 2016 | Updated: Mon 9:09 PM, Oct 03, 2016 If you’re seeing a bit more purple this month, your eyes aren’t playing tricks on you. That’s because October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and the color purple is designed to educate those on the abusive behavior which claims victim to 1 in 3 women. To ... Read More »
Health and Healing Walk COME GET SOME FREE LUNCH!!! Meet us to walk for restoring health for others and our loved ones and healing for our community. If you would like to join the walk, lead by our children, please meet us on October 22, 2016 at 211 Mixson Business Center ! 9am at 545 West Main St Suite 100 ... Read More »
Pastor Kenneth Glasgow launching the “Let My People Vote Campaign”! Click here TOPS for more details. Read More »
Watch out for voter intimidation! DO NOT let people try to stop you from voting or control who you vote for. Your VOTE is your VOICE! Get out and VOTE VOTE VOTE! Who is eligible? Any person may register to vote, provided that he or she: - Is a citizen of the U.S. - Resides in Alabama ( you ... Read More »
CBS Newspath - Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump clashed in the first of three eagerly-awaited presidential debates. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, left, stands with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton before the first presidential debate at Hofstra University, Monday, Sept. 26, 2016, in Hempstead, N.Y. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci) In contentious exchanges, Trump accused Clinton of being soft on crime and ... Read More »
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trim.8F9F0C5D-1B58-41B6-ADB2-BCE57DD4C8E9 Today history was made as history was relived. People from Dothan Ala., a very diverse group to exact. Left Dothan Ala approximately 7:15 am this Sept 26 to take off to Selma Ala. To name a few was Mayor Mike Scmitz, Comm. Kevin Dorsey, Donald Bolden, Reginald Jones, Anita Dawkins, and Susan The tour was led and organized by ... Read More »
We found out today at an outside event for the children on the corner of Fortner and Alice st. An event led by the XMen Ministries. We ran into Chief Steve Parrish and officer Chesser. They showed and explained to us about the new Body Xams that they had. Even though at this time they only have 14 in stock, ... Read More »
Medicaid funding to primary care providers restored to previous levels Governor Robert Bentley and Medicaid Commissioner Stephanie Azar announce $15-million dollars restored to provider funding. Photo from September 22, 2015. By Ken Curtis | Posted: Thu 10:46 PM, Sep 22, 2016 Montgomery- Alabama is restoring enhanced payments for primary care doctors who treat Medicaid patients. The announcement that $15-million dollars will be put ... Read More »
Lets be real with ourselves and our children. History books are filled with lies about who did what and why. The information age has brought to light a lot of those lies. However, just exposing the falsehoods and half truths is not good enough, we must correct them through direct action. The biggest and most pressing one is in regards ... Read More »
Early Morning Fire in Ashford Ashford Fi By Amanda Dansby | Posted: Tue 6:27 AM, Sep 20, 2016 | Updated: Tue 10:16 AM, Sep 20, 2016 Ashford (WTVY) - There’s nothing left of a home in Ashford after an early morning fire. An early morning fire on 105 Smith Street in Ashford is being investigated. Firefighters and police responded to a fully engulfed fire ... Read More »
TINA GLASGOW WILL never forget one letter she received from her son, Kenny, when he was in an Alabama prison. It was 1994, the year of the crime bill, and Democrats and Republicans were outdoing each other to prove how harshly they could punish people like him. Kenny had started getting arrested for drugs when he was 14. “After he sealed the ... Read More »