Today is the day the State will released the results of its emergency review into Detroit's finances.
Since late last year, a six-member team has taken what's been called "a deep dive" into the city's records to determine just how massive Detroit's money troubles are.
Is getting this report card going to lead to any better cooperation between Mayor Bing and City Council members?
Does the review team offer suggestions for action, or does it just present "the facts" and let the Governor draw his own conclusions?
Michigan Public Radio Network's Lansing bureau chief Rick Pluta talked to us about what to expect from the report.