From November, a slideshow of the U.S. cities whose residents are the most broke (i.e. those plagued by unemployment, low income, personal debt and poor credit scores). So not about “broke cities” per se, but cities are only as flush as the people who inhabit them. #30: Las Vegas, Nevada. #1: Columbus, Georgia. Most of the cities are in Texas, the Southeast, or Florida. A couple in Michigan, California, and the Pacific Northwest. Missing? Anything in the swatch of land east of Ohio and north of the Carolinas.