"I'm Lisa fielding in for Keith Johnson today. And I'm Chris cradle. These are the top stories on the WB afternoon. News update Pentagon confirms for Americans killed in a roadside attacking Syria. The latest is next from CBS news go live to Hoffman estates. Where city leaders are hoping a new rescue plan. For Sears also helps them top watchdog calls out the police department after a supervisor made to officers pick up and babysit his child and for the DUI patrols at Kane county. No is always the wrong answer on Super Bowl Sunday. WDM sport is Jeff Johnny quiet. Dave of the bulls in hawks while in college basketball, depaul in Illinois home for basketball games against Butler in Minnesota, Alabama quarterback. Jalen hurts transferring to Oklahoma for next season, it's three thirty one BBS news update Pentagon confirms it for Americans were killed in today's suicide bomb attack in. Northern syria. Acting Defense Secretary Patrick Shanahan today's a stark reminder the dangerous missions are men and women in uniform. For more on our behalf each and every day. The dead include to service members department of defense civilian and contractor three other GI's were wounded in the attack, which ISIS has claimed responsibility. For CBS is David Martin says this comes less than a month after the president claimed victory against ISIS in Syria, all along the concern of the Pentagon has been that after the last pockets of organized. Isis resistance have been eliminated. The battle will not be over because members of ISIS will have melted into the population and come back to fight again. And that appears to be exactly what happened CBS news update. I'm Jim shanavie WBZ news time three thirty two. This portion of the news sponsored by wheels of Chicago land in Northbrook. WBZ news time at three thirty two. And the news watch continues leaders in suburban Hoffman estates say they're cautiously optimistic that the city's biggest employer Sears will be able to bounce back after directors approved the latest buyout offer. From chairman Eddie Lampert WBZ Bob Roberts has been talking to people in Hoffman estates. He's live on the news line with the story or mayor Bill MacLeod says it's a good sign but far from final secured. Creditors were not part of this. So this'll go to the bankruptcy judge. I believe figures. I so this is the end of this was just a deal between ESL."