BOISE -- PBS' hit series "Antiques Roadshow," added Boise to its list of tour cities, and stopped for taping on Saturday.
Boise is one of eight cities on this year's roadshow tour. Dozens came out to see how much their treasures were worth in the Treasure Valley.
Chuck and Jeannie Keneley were one couple at the Boise taping. They presented a Victor Anderson art-piece done in crayons and found out it was valued at $1,500.
"It's been in the family for many years, but we found it last year in a trash pile outside his dads house," said Jeannie Keneley, with husband Chuck. "And so he asked his caregiver to clean out the back room and so she did. And they didn't think it was worth anything, so we got it out of the trash."
The next stop on the tour is in Knoxville, Tennessee, and the summer taping will premiere in January 2014.