Correction & Clarification Policy

Boise State Public Radio corrects errors in broadcast and online stories. It’s our goal to be accountable and transparent with our coverage and our corrections. Corrections and clarifications will be archived on this page. You’ll find the correction or clarification at the end of a story.

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Emilie Ritter Saunders / Boise State Public Radio

Two female patas monkeys are resting at Zoo Boise after arriving on a late-night Delta flight from the east coast.

The females are meant as companions for the male patas monkey who saw his cage mate bludgeoned to death last month during a break in at the zoo.

A Boise spokesperson says the zoo received an outpouring of community support. The volunteer organization known as The Friends of  Zoo Boise have pledged to help raise $209,000 for a new habitat for the monkeys. So far, $75,000 has been raised. 

Scott Ki / Boise State Public Radio

The Idaho Department of Correction has reached an agreement with the inmates at one of its prisons. This comes from a lawsuit spanning more than three decades.

Jason Prince is a lawyer who represents 1,600 inmates at the Idaho State Correctional Institution. He’s spent the last few months negotiating an agreement on changes to medical care at the prison near Boise. Prince says the biggest change will be increased staff.

Horizon Air

Editor's Note: This story has been updated with additional information. The original story stated that by the end of the summer, Horizon Air's nearly 900 pilots and flight attendants would also call Boise, Idaho, Medford, Oregon and Spokane, Washington home. We've clarified this to say that by the end of the summer 300 of those 900 flight crews will be based in Boise, Medford and Spokane. 

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