Seattle businesses say Lake Stevens man flashed fake FBI badge

Fake online credentials were part of an elaborate scheme to rob Seattle businesses, police say.

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Deadline looms for Medicare open enrollment

70,000 Snohomish County residents receive Medicare benefits and the paperwork is due Saturday.

Take a video tour of Hotel Indigo on the Everett waterfront

The 142-room hotel is the first completed private development of the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place.

Mountlake Terrace shooter at large; man seriously injured

The victim suffered a gunshot wound to the lower back Friday night, near a tree-lighting ceremony.

Looking back: Early Everett commercial structure touted as fireproof

1910 construction of Commerce Building followed 1909 blazes that damaged many Everett buildings.

Skull in Tulalip woods identified as man missing since 2013

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