Lance Tormey hails from Yakima, Washington. He's dedicated his life to journalism. Tormey has been delivering local news, opinion analysis, and sharing captivating stories to Washington State listeners for over 3 decades. Lance covers hard news like gang shootings, wildfires, local and state elections, skiing news, outdoor activities and local government. Lance is a 1982 graduate of Eisenhower High School. After graduating from Seattle University in 1987, Tormey started his radio career in Moses Lake and moved to Yakima in 1990. He's married to his elementary school sweetheart and has a 25-year-old daughter who is an ICU nurse.
Mission Director Says Jail Time Could Save Lives In Washington
A very large supermajority will tell you about the essential role that incarceration played in their movement toward healing and wholeness.
No Arrests After Home Intruder Shot Sunday
Officers were called for a shooting and when they arrived they found a 29-year-old man dead in the back yard of the home.
Man Dies After Shooting At West Yakima Dog Park
Police the investigation continues. No other injuries were reported. Nearby Randall Park remained open during the investigation.
2 Very Shocking Recent Road Rage Incidents in WA
Yakima Police Capt. Jay Seely says many road rage incidents never get reported to police.
Police Warning of Power Bill Phone Scam
uthorities say a "concerned citizen" recently told Officers they received a call from someone saying their Pacific Power bill was overdue.
City Officials Hope New Regional Airport Lands in Yakima
Yakima City officials are hoping they land in the valley. In January the Yakima City Council sent a letter to the Washington State
If You Use EzriCare Artificial Tears Health Officials Say STOP
The outbreak is currently among 55 people in 19 states including Washington state where officials say one person has died.
You’d Rather Stay Home Than Travel? It’s True in Washington State
You don't like to travel much according to new research that shows Washington is the state least interested in traveling. Officials at Family Destinations
Ecology Wants Major Cleanup Of Yakima Training Center
A press release says currently, the Army is conducting cleanup efforts without public review or Ecology oversight.
Tired of Wildfire Smoke? Lawmakers Hoping to Clear the Air
The Commissioner of Public Lands Hilary Franz says she has a solution.
Lawmakers Hoping to Make it Easier to Hire More Police
Now lawmakers in Olympia may be able to help through a bipartisan bill sponsored by 6th District Sen. Jeff Holy
Own a Kia Or Hyndai? Your Vehicle Could Be Easy To Steal
The decision to not insure the vehicles only applies to new policies. Current policyholders can renew insurance as necessary.