Trey Crumbie, Lexington Herald-Leader

Trey Crumbie

Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington, KY, United States

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Past articles by Trey:

This farm was foreclosed. Now it’s a dream come true for its owners.

A profitable computer company enabled a couple to purchase Queenslake Farm in Georgetown and to make a dream come true. → Read More

Darryl Isaacs debuts 'Game of Thrones' parody commercial during Super Bowl

“The Hammer” is at it again. Darryl Isaacs, a personal injury lawyer with Isaacs and Isaacs known for his prolific commercials, aired a new commercial Sunday during Super Bowl LII. → Read More

Man killed after south Lexington shooting

A 19-year-old man died of a gunshot wound after being found shot inside a Lexington home on River Park Drive Sunday night, the coroner’s office said Monday. → Read More

Alan Cutler, the man who chased after Billy Gillispie, announces retirement

Alan Cutler, a prominent Lexington sports media figure and sports director of WLEX-TV, announced his retirement Saturday. → Read More

Southern Acres Christian Church vote to remove lead pastor, search for new one

The members of Southern Acres Christian Church want a new pastor. Nearly 200 people voted Sunday morning to remove the current pastor of the embattled church. The vote was a unanimous 173-0, according to Chance Staley, a church member. → Read More

How's Susan Elkington settling into her new role as president at Toyota, Georgetown

At the beginning of the year, the Toyota plant in Georgetown entered a new era. Susan Elkington, who was previously a senior vice president, was promoted to president. Recently she shared some insights about herself and the future of the plant she manages. → Read More

Tru-Tone announces e-coating facility in Lexington, will create 120 jobs

Tru-Tone Finishing, Inc. is a full-service e-coating and powder coating company. → Read More

Church members stage outside building during Sunday service

The controversial saga in a Lexington church marched on Sunday as a group of about six to 10 people stood outside Southern Acres church at various times during the morning service. → Read More

Man shot in Sunday morning Lexington drive-by

A man suffered non-life-threatening injuries Sunday morning when he was shot in the foot. → Read More

After lengthy meeting, Scott County board denies landfill expansion

It took about five and a half hours, but after the Georgetown-Scott County Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday night to recommend denial for a controversial landfill zone change, applause broke out. → Read More

Main Street Winchester wins Kentucky award for best downtown promotion

The town will win a state award, “best downtown promotion” for the work it did with a loft tour that showed 20 properties. → Read More

What Kentucky agencies are closed during the government shutdown?

If you’re wondering if the government shutdown will make your life harder, you can relax. You will still get your mail and you can still board an airplane. → Read More

Did you feel it? Minor Saturday earthquake strikes Garrard County.

A minor earthquake occured in northern Garrard County shortly after 11:30 p.m. Saturday, according to the United States Geological Survey. → Read More

Amazon unveils 20 cities in the running for second HQ. Are any in Kentucky?

The Amazon announcement came Thursday when the Seattle-based online retail company said it had narrowed its choices to 20 locations down from 238. → Read More

Winchester man arrested for having child porn on Instagram account

A Winchester man was arrested after police said he was in possession of child pornography. Ryan William Mayer, 31, was arrested and charged with tampering with physical evidence, prohibited use of electronic communication system to procure a minor for sex and use of a minor in a sex performance. → Read More

Homeless woman found dead in woods near Winchester Road in Lexington

Lexington police were conducting a death investigation Sunday afternoon. → Read More

Hundreds without power in Estill, Powell counties

About 500 people are without power in Estill and Powell counties after a car hit a pole Saturday evening. → Read More

One seriously injured in Lexington apartment fire

One person was taken to the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital Saturday after suffering second and third degree burns in an Lexington apartment fire. → Read More

The Scott County proposed school redistricting plan will affect hundreds of students

Changes are coming to Scott County’s school district. The district, which belongs to the fastest growing county in Kentucky, will open two new schools in August 2019. Great Crossing High School, which will be located on Betsy Way next to Elkhorn Crossing School and Creekside Elementary School, which will be on East Main Street Extension between McClelland Circle and Interstate 75. → Read More

Kentucky loses out on 1.6 billion Toyota-Mazda Plant

Kentucky has lost out on a $1.6 billion automobile plant, which would have brought thousands of jobs to the region. → Read More