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.
You Deserve a Break Today! Gas Prices Unchanged in Wa State
At least you're not paying more this week as prices are unchanged.
A More Conservative Yakima City Council? Big Changes On The Way
Newly elected city council members will take the oath of office Tuesday, January 2, 2024, at Yakima City Hall.
Alarming: 50% of Stolen Guns Ripped From Yakima Valley Cars
Police say vehicle theft is ongoing problem for drivers and police.
Warning: Yakima Dog Owners Need To Watch For Respiratory Problems
Dr. Lutz Harfst with Yakima Animal Medical Service says they're operating in precautionary mode until they learn more about the illness.
Is It Legal to Leave Your Pets Out in Harsh Winter Weather in WA?
Very cold temps start this week, so if you have outside dogs, do what's right to keep them warm and safe.
Police Warn: Robocall Scam Surge From These Area Codes
If you get a call from one of these zip codes, it's probably a SCAM.
Dying From Their Own Hands; Suicides Rise in WA and Yakima County
. It's a major mental health crisis that started to show increases in 2021 during the COVID pandemic.
No Parking Tickets for 60 Days Downtown Yakima? Happening Now
The move by council members stops enforcement in the city owned parking lots.
Smoke Pot? Buying Guns? Some New WA Laws Impacting You Next Year
If you smoke pot and are employed or want to purchase a gun in 2024 new laws start in January
More Parking For Downtown On the Agenda For Yakima Council
When the Yakima City Council meets Tuesday the council will be talking about a possible real estate transaction that could help increase parking downtown.