Current plans call for a single-lane roundabout that could be expanded in the future. The Ada County Highway District says it might have to do that within the next decade, an option that's more expensive than building multiple lanes at the same time.
"When you come to the stop light, you sit there a very long time and quite often, there isn't very much traffic," said Janell Pfoertner of Boise.
"On occasion, you run into some really good potholes and you don't know how deep they are," said Mimi Kohnke of Boise. "It's kind of like diving into the abyss and the unknown when you hit one of those."
In all, two fire stations would be rebuilt, one would be relocated and another would be remodeled if voters approve the measure. A new $6.8 million fire training facility would also be constructed.
Neighbors were forced to wait patiently as the remnants of the fire sat untouched, but started complaining about the eyesore last month.
A Boise man creates a home for the ages that's both a celebration of medieval history and unlimited imagination.
The nursery opened in 2009 and sits on 3.3 acres on Hill Road.
About 30,000 were expected to visit the Hyde Park Street Fair and a new event this weekend.
BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - The city has turned down plans for a new firing range after concerns from neighbors about the danger and noise. The Boise Police Department announced today they will not rehab their firing range even though they state a new facility would be safer.
The Ada County Sheriff's Office says the adult black bear was spotted at about 7:30 a.m. Behind the Boise Veterans Administration Hospital on Fort Street.
The Western Idaho Fair opened Friday to enthusiastic, if modest, crowds, but, over its run, it promises to offer a little bit of everything, from the "World's Largest Pig!" to camel rides and fried Snickers.
Neighbors on all sides of the home said they knew how easily their own homes could have gone up in flames, depending on the direction of the wind.
The founder and lead singer of Treasure Valley bluegrass band "Chicken Dinner Road" is a man with his priorities straight--family first and fun second.
The hit PBS show "Antiques Roadshow" rolled into Boise Saturday, providing fans of heirlooms and collectibles a rare chance to have their treasures evaluated by nationally-recognized experts for free.
Fireworks have been banned in the Boise foothills. As a rule of thumb, the fire department says that means no fireworks are allowed in the areas north of Hill Road, around Camel's Back Park, and north of Warm Springs Ave. The foothills are a danger zone for fires.