An Illinois truck driver was injured Wednesday afternoon in a single-vehicle accident that wound up closing two lanes of Interstate 40 for three hours and 19 minutes.

Today is the 220th day of 2020 and the 49th day of summer.

Deputy conducted a motorist assist at 891 Road and Highway 54.

Gross Receipts to the Treasury jumped by more than 25 percent in July due primarily to the delayed income tax filing deadline, State Treasurer Randy McDaniel announced Wednesday.

Lake level is 1.47 feet below normal. Gates are closed. Water temperature is in high 70s.

Here is a look at Thursday's headlines

- CEDA okays deal for new restaurant

- Virtual option to include sports

- $50,000 donation will provide 160,000 meals in area

- CHS football starts practice Monday

- State deaths

The Clinton Economic Development Authority approved a tax incentive agreement with Rick Koch and ASAP Energy, Inc. to redevelop property in Clinton that was formerly occupied by Montana Mike’s Steakhouse.

Rollover wreck on Gary

A two-car rollover wreck with injuries occurred at the intersection of Gary Boulevard and Jaycee Lane Wednesday around noon. A van involved in the accident was turned over on its side due to the impact, trapping a few individuals inside for a moment. First responders arrived and extricated those involved. The final individual was freed once the front windshield was cut open, using a rotary saw. At least two were taken to AllianceHealth Clinton. Pictured are, from left, Clinton Police Officer Greg Perez, Clinton Fire Department Deputy Chief Mark Switzer, Clinton Firefighter John Denney, Clinton Fire Lt. Dylan Abner, using the saw, and Clinton Firefighter Tyler Calvert up top. CDN