HELPING HAND: The Obama administration has found more than $100 million in grant money to help Detroit hire more police and firefighters and clear out blighted neighborhoods, money the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy protection sorely needs.

HELPING HAND: The Obama administration has found more than $100 million in grant money to help Detroit hire more police and firefighters and clear out blighted neighborhoods, money the largest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy protection sorely needs.

BUT WAIT, THERE'S MORE: The federal money will be augmented with about $200 million more in resources from foundations and Detroit businesses, but it falls far short of the wider bailout some in the city had sought.

DROP IN BUCKET: Considering the Motor City is at least $18 billion in debt, it will take a far larger infusion of cash or historic deals with bond holders, insurance companies and other creditors to correct the problem.