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.
Fake Officers Still a Problem in WA, Yakima Police Give Warnings
The problem of fake Officers is ongoing in Washington and the most recent police report is out of Edmonds.
Yakima Prosecutor Says No Charges In Deadly 2023 Dog Park Shooting
Brusic says facts in the case show the victim was taking action to protect his life and the life of his son.
Four WA residents Test Positive for Deadly Fungus
A fungus that could kill you is lurking in WA state
Looking For Love in Feburary? Beware of Costly Love Scams
Officials from the Better Business Bureau say scammers are hoping to cash in on the search for a significant other.
Yakima Police Speed Patrols Having an Impact on Your Driving
The most recent statistics available from the Yakima Police Department show officers made 25,237 traffic stops in 2022 compared with 39,712 in 2023
Beware Power Phone Scam Looking To Get Your Money In Yakima
Lots of scams targeting Yakima residents come around every year and another is back after seeing victims in Yakima back in 2018.
NyQuil And Other Over-The-Counter Drugs Could Get You a DUI in Oregon
Better not take that Nyquil before you get behind the wheel in the state of Oregon.
Saving Lives From Deadly Fentanyl The Aim of WA Lawmaker
Wa lawmaker wants to save lives from overdoses of fentanyl
As The Search Continues Yakima Hires Temporary City Manager
The Yakima City Council on Monday voted in favor of hiring former assistant city manager Dave Zabell
The Dying and Dead Oregon’s Top Three Overdose Counties
Just like other many other states including nearby Washington state Oregon officials say the crisis is driven by opioids like fentanyl, methamphetamine