By Laura Zuckerman SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - The Idaho wife of an Iranian-American Christian pastor imprisoned in Iran said on Monday she felt betrayed and feared for her husband's life after the Obama administration failed to secure his release as a condition of an Iranian nuclear deal. I feel betrayed," said Naghmeh Abedini, wife of Saeed Abedini, 33, who was incarcerated in his native Iran in September 2012. The pastor was convicted by an Iranian court in January and sentenced to eight years in prison for undermining national security by working to establish home-based Christian churches in Iran from 2000 to 2005, according to the Washington-based American Center for Law and Justice. Naghmeh Abedini's comments come after Iran reached an interim deal with major world powers to accept restrictions on its nuclear program in exchange for limited relief from economic sanctions that have gradually crippled its economy and slashed its oil exports.
Conditions: Roadway bare and dry. Sunday at 8 p.m. through Wednesday at 10 a.m. drivers should prepare for delays due to single lane closures and rolling slowdowns both directions, just east of the Snowshed milepost 58. The speed limit will be reduced to 55 m.p.h. through the work zone.
Bellevue fire investigators have been unable to determine what caused the blaze that damaged the Bellevue home of Mariners pitcher Felix Hernandez earlier this month. The Nov. 4 fire started in the laundry room and caused about $250,000 in damage. Bellevue fire Lt. Richard Burke said in an