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today's terror attack on turkey's main airport. and a drive to raise new jersey's gas tax hits high gear next. ♪ "action news," delaware valley's leading news program with jim gardner. it happened again. a death toll, 36, with more than 140 people injured. terrorists hit the airport in turkey late today with devastating results.
three suicide bombers launched their own assault on the international terminal. turkish officials say this looks like the work of isis. it is tuesday night, and the big story on "action news" tonight is the ataturk airport in istanbul has become the latest ground zero for terror. authorities are recounting what happened this way. three terrorists arrive at the international building at the world's 11th busiest airport. coming in taxis and two detonate at the entrance of the building and we have video of the other terrorists who go inside holding, and the authorities think firing his gun. then he was apparently shot by a police officer. you can see him fall to the ground and lose his gun, which skids away on the floor. he raises his arm, apparently moving to detonate his explosive vest and sets off a massive blast.
here have a different explosion just outside of the terminal buildi building. the attack causes chaos inside and outside of the airport. emergency personnel, police, military and medical vehicles converge on what is the third largest airport in all of europe. there are reports that isis may be launching a series of terror attacks before the end of ramad ramadan, which is the evening of july 5. and wendy saltzman is live under the turkish flag. and there is a turkish-american community in philadelphia, which means there are some very anxious people right now. >> well jim as you just said, right now it is ramadan. and here in philadelphia, turkish americans are joining together in prayer and awaiting on word from the injured and deceased. >> at the turkish consolida
consolidate -- cultural center the news hit hard. just returning from istanbul 10 days ago, he says the attacks have become too common and deadly. >> three kids, my wife and myse myself, it could have happened at that time and i could have lost my family. >> attacks in turkey according to a terrorism experts surged in recent months, because of turkey's involvement in the fight against isis. >> it makes all the sentences in the world for isis to have struck at turkey given that they have allowed it to be used to push back against isis. >> and a typical baseprint. >> the coordinated nature of using machine guns, bombs, setting the bombs off almost simultaneo simultaneously, it is meant for wide-spread panic. >> the u.s. on alert with
aviation and airports, too. >> there's not a day that goes by where we do not, in some form, recordrom acrosses country. calling for the violence to end. >> it is unbelievable. unacceptable. >> the istanbul airport is the 11th busiest in the world and the third busy evidence in the region. and they are attacking turkey trying to destroy their terrorism industry. wendy saltzman for channel 6 "action news." more coming up at night line right after "jimmy kimmel live." and the "action news" morning team are following development from turkey overnight asking you to join them for the latest updates.
spokedy showers giving way to release from the thick, muggy heat from today. meteorologist adam joseph at the big board tracking a change in humidity. >> to wipe out the humidity, some of us are getting a torrential rain in some parts of the region. a broken line continues to much in. you can see a few developing to our west. throughout the overnight hours anyone fair game for flare ups in mercer county, hunterton county, bucks and montgomery county, philadelphia county. all of this is moving slowly from the southwest to the north and east. some areas between a half inch and inch of rain especially south of doylestown. you and see the pocket popping up here, one near berwyn and devin. and the conshohocken curve and willow grove.
and jifrng -- >> and we make humid overnight, but again hit or miss, not everyone getting one of these pop-ups to occur. the dewpoint 70 degrees in philadelphia, still very humid air in place. and 50th to the north, it is coming in here and talking about the seven-day forecast. the philadelphia house passed $31.6 billion budget, 5% spending, but it is getting creditism from wolf. earlier us house approved online
betting,&expanding the slot machines is one way to balance it. and they will take two days to go until the deadline. the new jersey senate will vote thursday whether to follow the assembly and approach a big boost in the gas tax. it would be used to build new roads and bridges. christie, folks in left side always loved their throw prices at the bump but it looks like it could end. >> that's right, gym. this could be the last time we see gas price this is low here in new jersey for awhile. the possibility of 23 cents more per gallon is all they are talking about. >> i am pretty mad. i am very mad. >> paying at the pump is about to get real. >> it is awful. >> it could increase 24 cents a gallon as early as friday. and the days ever new jersey known for cheap prices at the
pump. >> come friday -- >> and the same as pennsylvania. if they pump it for me, i will still come. >> adrian lives in old city and fills up across the bridge. >> it is not going to be saving you money, it is the same price. >> i know, but they pump it for us. if they didn't pump it for me, i couldn't woman. >> and the money is earmarked for the fund about to run dry for the end of the month. and the state lawmakers link the tax hike to a break dropping from 7% to 6%. some taxpayers are not sold. >> and eventually we are going down 1% on sales tax. but they all said it doesn't make sense to me. it doesn't add up. the math doesn't really add up. >> and the motorists are
braising to have the steeper price this is summer. >> it is prrough, when people a ready to travel. >> the last gas tax increase was in 1988, around 2.5 cents. reporting live, christie ileto for channel 6 "action news." the head of atlantic city's major casino union, a strike could be friday against at least one. at caesars, balis and they are committed to a deal fair to both sides. and leaders in atlantic city are work looking to come up with a way for them to take over their finances. and discussing options, saying the city will hire a financial
advisor in the coming days. the city has until move to draft a five-year fiscal plan that includes a balanced budget in 2015. a 50-year-old teacher in wilmington arrested for downloading and share child porn online. william herki william herkins iv had them on their lines. and eagles' former coach buddy ryan died today at 85. he coached the eagles at five seasons in the second half of the 1980s despite three trips to the postseason, they never con a playoff game. ryan came to philadelphia hoping may
to remember him as loyal and beloved. >> i think he was a great coach, a phenomenal coach, but i deep down believe that he was a better man. >> arrive ryan leaves behind three children including more. and the sports world is also mourning the death of legendary women's basketball coach, pat summit. the 64-year-old died today after battli battling . and she coached 38 seasons and won eight national championships. coming up tonights, a medical group counsels tough love to the teens in the doctor's office to save life. payment, a half million car owners might pocket stemming from a settlement in the b.w.
federal officials say thatoeks wag -- volkswagen. >> they turned a half million drivers into unwhited accomplices and assault on our country's environment. >> volkswagen has not announced how they plan to fix the cars, if they can. a criminal investigation is still underway. this does not include what will happen with other diesel vehicles. ikea recalling 29 million chests and dressers in the united states following the deaths of sixed to -- toddlers. and one victim was curran collas
dying in 2014 when he was pinned under addresser. >> send it back, get rid of it, it's dangerous. it is a real highway dangerous product. and i don't warrant to see it in any homes. i don't want this to happen to any other family. >> the consumer products safety commission says people can contact ikea for either a full refund or wall anchor. campaign news. donald trump promised to install and he said that bill and hillary clinton were blamed for terrible trade deals that affected the u.s. economy. and the chambers of commerce said that trump's plans bring in. and the deadly attacked in
benghazi. and four americans killed. it detailed mistakes by the obama operation but no smokiing gun. and wanting to respond at a trip to denver saying they found nothing different than the previous organization. no one has lost more sheet than she had through the attack. but said it was partisan and i will leave it togoers to characterize the report but it is time to move on. >> we are about to set philadelphia down. we're going to take every block, going to take every street. >> calling it a protest for the right to row -- protest. and they were commanding the right to demonstrate during the
celebration. and last week the criminalized dedefenses such as disorderly conduct, and failure to disperse. and the concept for the rnc display in cleveland. a scale bottle of the stage today. in the process of building it inside of the quicken loans arena and the republican convention begins july 18. health check at 11:00. urging they to ask the doctors tough questions in an he have property to prevent suicide. adolescent suicide is down it is still the second leading cause of death among teenagers. bullying, access to guns at home and mood changes are the known risk factors and researchers now add what had is called path lot
call internet use, which is spending more than five hours a day online. the king of prussia mall expansion conduct. linking the court and the plaza with new stores, dining pavilion and state-of-the-art parking guj and the connector officially opens in august. >> more stories, more stopping, the king of prussia mall. >> and a night like today, it would be perfect so you don't have to walk in the smoking storms. it is hit or miss across much of the area, but generally in area. and trenton, mercer county, and seeing rainfall rates here about a half machi inch to an inch an.
much of the areas getting rain. this extends south and either. it was originally pass through central montgomery county near lansdale and war rochester. heavy rain along the pennsylvania turnpike as you pass through bucks county, that extends even down into on in the on in the on in the and fill found tee, the m manayunk section. and the player ups continue over the area, even south of the area. everyone down for a downpour or quick thunderstorm. it is still very warm and muggy with temperatures in the 70s. upper 60s, north and west. lancaster 69 degrees. low pressure off to the north, a front that will wring through to boost the high humidity off the coast.
still taking a little bit of time. 1:00 in the morning you can see the downpour around north of philadelphia. by 3:00, 3:30 in the morning you may hear news. the atmosphere is so humid and juiced up. by 8:00 a.m. everything should be on the coast in time for the morning rush. and folks are dry, mixture of sun and clouds, slightly humidity with temperatures on either side of 70 degrees between 6:00 and 8:00 in the morning. there will be a big change coming tomorrow with respect to the dewpoints. remember today they were in the 70s. 65 the dewpoint, in the morning. and then by the afternoon the dewpoints are dropping into the 50s and you notice a big half. >> improvements. she likes to run it, 87 before a warm front kings from the north on friday to bringing the
humidity back up and also the chance of some pup-ups kfrm the exclusive accuweather forecast less humidity tomorrow at 58. the last place to see the drop in humidity will be the shore. still a descent day to sit the sand and church. thursday sunshine and a few clouds, 84 spikes on friday. unsettled at times. it is not a wash out but your typical summer-ups in the afternoon and then we take them in time for the weekend. low humidity sunday and the 4th. upper 80s. tuesday, really not much change muches. and the phillies that will be back in down and let's just hope that weekend stays the way it is supposed to. >> why wouldn't it? >> there is a situation tell to the south. i am keeping it away. >> oh, so you say. 85 grabbed waiting home runs and
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>> i never met buddy ryan, but i think what stand out about him is how much his players loved him. you don't hear that about many coaches these days. ryan battled cancer in recent years, but a legacy he will leave on this town. born and raised in oklahoma, buddy ryan might be the most philadelphia of any coach whoever led the team in the city. he was tough, brash, outspoken, hard-nose and hard working. he had a style philadelphia through and through. [cheering] >> ryan made his name in the nfl with the chicago bears, creating the feared 46 defense, the innovative and aggressive style leading the bears to a super bowl win in '85. and the next year the eagles hired him as their head coach. five years leading the eagles, guiding them to postseason appearances and 43 wins, 38 losses and 1 tie. it wasn't the record that made him special, it was the reputation, built on a bruising defensive attack and electric
offense led by randle cunningham. he was eagles' football. and his swagger made this city love him. buddy ryan dead at the age of 85. >> we have a rich legacy that buddy ryan left the game. not just the philadelphia eagles and his time in philadelphia, but i think his stamp on the game is something that will live on for a long time. >> and you knew that he stood behind you 100%, therefore you would run through a brick wall, do anything for him because you know he would do anything for you. >> one of the great defensive coordinators and a defensive innovator. but as a leader of men, he was unsurpassed. >> i guess heaven needed a couple of great coaches, losing another coach in pat summitt going down with john wooden as the greatest college coach in
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pitcher, jerad eickhoff. always a gift when that happens. and the d'backs get one off the back of their pitcher, zach greinke. he may have injured himself, he took himself out of the game after that. and to the fifth inning, franco, a huge solo shot. 13th of the year. that put the phillies up 2-1 and that's where it stands right now in the bottom of the fifth. let's hope it stays that way. "jimmy kimmel live" next on channel 6 followed by "nightline." his guests tonight are margot robbie, jim jefferies, music from flo rida. "action news" continues at 4:30 with tamala edwards, matt o'donnell, meteorologist david murphy, karen rogers with traffic. for the entire "action news" team, i'm jim gardner. good night.
>> dicky: from hollywood, it's "jimmy kimmel live!" tonight -- margot robbie -- comedian jim jefferie -- and music from flo rida featuring jason derulo. with cleto and the cletones. and now, the coast is clear -- here's jimmy kimmel! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: i'm jimmy, i'm the host of the show. thank you for watching. thank you for coming. welcome to beautiful, stunning los angeles, california. how many of you are
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