Most people infected with West Nile Virus show no symptoms, but approximately 20 percent will develop a fever and flu-like aches. Less than 1 percent of those infected will develop a serious neurological illness. There's currently no treatment for the disease.
The project, which includes three new play waves, terraced seating, river hazard removal and a slalom course, will be completed by 2019 thanks to $3.5 million from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation.
ITD expects replacing the 50-year-old Broadway Bridge should take around nine months and cost approximately $20.2 million. The new span will have six vehicle lanes, new bike lanes better access to the Boise Greenbelt and 10-foot-wide sidewalks.
A lousy forecast means the river shuttle bus and rental shop won't be open Labor Day weekend, but it will re-open on Monday, Sept. 7 for one last time. Boise Parks and Rec also needs volunteers for the Boise Riversweep.