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.
Family Feud More Than Just a Game Show in Yakima It’s Serious
Two Officers and a Firefighter were killed in a domestic incident in Minnesota on Sunday. The killings impact Officers all around the country and in Yakima.
Top Four Songs Ever About The Sunshine State California
It's why California has been the subject of many number one hit songs.
Time to Talk To Your Kids About Pot It’s Marijuana Prevention Month
This month the campaign is focusing on Marijuana because this is marijuana prevention month according to officials with Safe Yakima Valley.
13-year-old Arrested For Double Murder In Sunnyside Released
Prosecutor Joe Brusic says he's declining to file charges until he can get more information.
Police Arrest Suspect in Shooting Deaths Of 2 Teen Brothers in Sunnyside
Police arrest a suspect in the killing of two people in Sunnyside.
That Gas You Put in The Tank is More Expensive This Week in Yakima
CHEAP Gas....we know where to find the best deal.
I-82 Will Soon reopen After a Broken Culvert Closed The Road
The closure started in the eastbound lanes on Monday, February 12
Police Say 2 Teens Died in Recent Sunnyside Shooting
Two teen brothers shot in Sunnyside.
A New Park in Yakima on the Agenda For The Yakima City Council
A new park in Yakima on the city council agenda.
A Nuke Bomb Drops in WA Would You Survive An Attack?
So enjoy life in Washington State and let's hope there's never a nuclear attack because not much would survive in the state other than cockroaches.