Everyone knows Detroit's got problems.
Friday morning, the city's emergency financial manager announced a suspension of some payments to unsecured bondholders.
Detroit topped the list of Forbes' 'most miserable cities' list this year.
The city's finances had to be taken over by the state of Michigan.
And former mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is likely going to jail for a long, long time.
But we're banking on the city getting its act together — and it's not just because things can't get any worse.
We've put together 25 signs Detroit is on the mend. Here's the summary:
In several major economic indicators, Detroit's rate of improvement has matched or exceeded the national average.
Kilpatrick aside, the city enjoys strong leadership
The auto industry is booming
And its sports teams keep winning titles.
Hear us out.
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