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An interview with controversial Sunnyside Superintendent Manuel Isquierdo, plus Tucsoncitizen.com Administrator Mark B. Evans, Tucson Padres GM Mike Feder on the wind-up of Tucson baseball, financial advisor Shelly Fishman, and Middle East expert Prof. Stephen Zunes. Read more» 1

Jim Rounds, economist and VP of Elliott D. Pollack and Co.; artist Diana Madaras, Downtown Tucson Partnership CEO Michael Keith, and Richard Hernandez, chair of the Sunnyside school board recall effort. Read more»

The 2010 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Chrysler has some bad news for people who bought a Jeep in 2010: the car you've been driving around town for the past two years might randomly catch on fire. Read more»

Former Senate President Russell Pearce, who was recalled last year, on a 2010 photo.

If you can’t beat ‘em, change the election laws. This old political saw appears to be the sentiment among conservative lawmakers still smarting over Sen. Russell Pearce’s defeat in a recall election. A bill would replace the current winner-take-all system with one requiring partisan primaries. Read more» 1

Over 1 million cooked eggs that may be contaminated with listeria have been recalled in 34 states, including Arizona. Read more»

Gail Shoultes holds a sign calling for the removal of Gov. Jan Brewer at a press conference for the Citizens for a Better Arizona in front of the state capitol. The Citizens for a Better Arizona successfully pushed for the recall of Russell Pearce in November.

The group behind the recall of state Senate President Russell Pearce said Monday that Gov. Jan Brewer and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio should be held accountable for their “extremist” positions. Read more»

State Senate President Russell Pearce was recalled last week.

Arizona's state Supreme Court released a ruling Monday, explaining why it let the recall election of now-ex Sen. Russell Pearce move forward. (with full text of decision) Read more» 4

A 2005 Toyota Highlander

Toyota issued a recall Wednesday for some of its most popular vehicles for a possible power steering issue The recall applies to 550,000 cars worldwide, with 420,000 of those models in the United States. Read more» 1

Tom Tancredo, a former U.S. representative from Colorado known for his opposition to illegal immigration, is backing state Sen. Russell Pearce in his recall election. Read more» 2

A bill introduced by state Sen. Russell Pearce would force hospitals to verify the immigration status of hospital patients. Read more» 1

When Congress called Toyota sales guy Jim Lentz in to testify about the car makers problem, one thing came across loud and clear: Tokyo (er, Nagoya) drives Read more»

Recall supporter Eugene Hildreth (left) speaks with Humberto Lopez at a rally Jan. 23.

The recall effort against the mayor and two council members has fallen flat. Businessman Humberto Lopez announced that he would end the recall in a statement Wednesday. Read more»

Toyota CEO Akio Toyoda apologizes (a little bit) for his company's product quality problems Read more»

Toyota's U.S. boss is laying himself out before Digg's 40 million rowdy users, any of whom have a chance to ask him — in no uncertain terms and in a most public forum — WTF? Read more»

Eugene Hildreth (left) speaks with Humberto Lopez.

A small group of political activists came out into the cold on Saturday morning. Spurred by radio talk shows and political blogs, they signed up to circulate petitions calling for a recall of Mayor Bob Walkup and council members Karin Uhlich and Regina Romero. Read more» 1

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