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.
It’s Time For a Carnival in The Mountains This Weekend
The highlight of the weekend is the giant snow castle.
San Fran Airport Renames Terminal after Late Senator Diane Feinstein
Feinstein was the longest-serving female senator in the history of the United States.
Driver Crashes SUV Into Law Offices on Yakima Avenue
Another incident happened Thursday in which an officer could have been seriously injured.
Man Dies After Yakima Valley Highway Motorcycle Crash Wednesday
Yakima County Sheriff's Deputies along with medics from Fire District 5 were called to the scene at about 3:30 pm.
Man Injured After Being Hit By Car in Yakima Thursday
Police say the man suffered a serious head injury and will likely be transferred to Harborview Medical Center in Seattle. The 70-year-old driver was not injured.
Yakima Man Steals Vehicle of Driver Who Died Behind The Wheel
Officers say at the time of the incident a person in the area moved the vehicle out of the road and parked it at a nearby business.
Yakima Auditor says It’s Okay If You’re Not Voting in the Primary Election
Your presidential primary ballot is due on March 12.
Concerned About Mail Delivery in Yakima? Big Meeting Wednesday
USPS officials say if some operations are removed from Yakima the local facility would be modernized.
Big Money Offered to Yakima Students in Scholarship Program
In 2024, Yakima Federal Savings and Loan will award up to $217,500 in academic assistance
No Other Arrests Yet in Killing of Two Sunnyside Brothers This Month
The juvenile was arrested on charges of murder and accomplice to murder but was released because of a lack of evidence.
Suspect Admits He Killed His Mom in Yakima Gives Details to Police
uthorities Identify the woman killed as 72-year-old Ana Marie Guzman.
Another Week of Pumping More Expensive Gas in Yakima and Wa
Average gas prices have risen 23.8 cents per gallon