• Drag and Drop: West Central residents scramble to save historic homes from destruction by actually picking them up and moving them.
• Centuries after Johann Sebastian Bach's death, we're still talking about him. Here's a list of modern musicians influenced by his music.
IN OTHER NEWS:
• A homeless, drug-addicted, dumpster diver found computer hard drives and DVDs that shoved a child-rape case into a multi-state child porn investigation involving a former VA doc, Craig Morgenstern.
• Apple v. the Feds: Following a court order to help the F.B.I. unlock the iPhone used by a mass shooter, Apple engineers are working on adding more security to a locked phone. Apple C.E.O. Tim Cook argues that helping the government break into an iPhone would set a bad precedent for America and is prepared to take the fight all the way to the Supreme Court.
• Tiny salt shakers will appear next to menu items with more than 2,300 milligrams of sodium in some New York restaurants, according to a judge's first-of-its-kind ruling.
"For the sake of your health, order something else," Mayor Bill de Blasio said after the ruling.
• Looking for a show this weekend? Old school soul/funk band Tower of Power is performing Friday night during the Lionel Hampton Jazz Fest hosted by the University of Idaho.