The very best tools:’ Governor, officials cut tape on new Southern Utah crime lab in Cedar City (St. George News)

Spy Hop opens the doors of its new youth media arts center in Salt Lake City’s Central Ninth neighborhood (Salt Lake Tribune)

Cruise Lines Could Start U.S. Sailings by Mid-July, CDC Says. The update paves the way to resume operations that have been suspended for longer than a year. (Washington Post)

Amazon’s profit run continues, bolstered by sustained demand. The e-commerce giant’s first-quarter sales hit $108 billion, up 44% from the first quarter of 2020. (Wall Street Journal)

Get ready for a shortage of iPads and MacBooks. The global shortage of chips could hurt production, costing Apple $3 billion to $4 billion in revenue. (NPR)

Ford slumps 10% after being hit by chip shortage, drags down rival GM, suppliers (Reuters)

No college, no problem. Some employers are dropping “arbitrary” degree requirements in their hiring practices. (NPR)

EXCLUSIVE U.S. Labor Secretary supports classifying gig workers as employees (Reuters)