Hot Links: US Airways, Lost Dutchman State Park, and Dead Body

Tempe-based US Airways reported a $45 million loss for the first quarter of 2010 this morning. The airline reported a $2.65 billion in revenue for the January-March period, which was enough -- despite the loss -- to send stock prices up because the loss is less than analysts projected...The National Weather Service has issued a fire weather watch for Wednesday morning through Wednesday evening for all of southeast Arizona. Humidity is expected to be 10 to 15 percent, and the conditions today are expected to dry out vegetation. That and strong winds are the reasons for the warning...Lost Dutchman State Park may be forced to close despite efforts by Apache Junction community organizers to keep the park open. Organizers have raised more than $24,000, but that may not be enough...One person is dead and another injured after a five-car collision on the westbound U.S. 60 near Alma School Road this morning. The collision began after a vehicle struck another vehicle while waiting at the light on the on-ramp to enter the freeway about 6:30 a.m., according to the Department of Public Safety...

Phoenix police are investigating the discovery of a body found early Tuesday morning in west Phoenix. Neighbors called police at 6:30 a.m. it was lying on the sidewalk. The victim is believed to be a 61-year-old Hispanic male. Police think the body may have been dropped off and that the victim may have been dead for a while...Phoenix police discovered a drop house in west Phoenix Monday night and arrested three suspected illegal immigrants. Police said one of the  immigrants, who had been held inside the house, escaped. He then ran and got help. Officers found 25 illegal immigrants held inside -- including a woman and two teenagers.

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James King
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