What should have been the happiest day of Walker's life quickly turned to one marked by tragedy as his darling Alex was targeted and shot by Storm -- a man she put away five years earlier on a hijacking rap. As Alex clings to life in the hospital with C.D. at her side, Walker takes to the streets of Dallas on a mission like no other -- to find the man who did this and make him pay at any cost. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
Thanks to Walker, a man who was sent to prison on a false charge is freed, but not before he receives evidence of guard corruption from his cellmate-who's then fatally stabbed. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
Years ago, Walker put Garrett Stone behind bars and now that he's paroled -- it's payback time. As Garrett and his men pursue a Dallas bank-robbing spree, their getaway car driver is killed in a shoot-out. Trivette trains as a driver and then infiltrates their organization after arranging the gig through Bob, the owner of a hip nightclub on the east side. Meanwhile, Alex officially opens the H.O.P.E. Community Center (Help Our People Excel) and Carlos helps a young troubled boy say "no" to gang life. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
After a young girl dies and other children fall seriously ill, Walker goes to the Cherokee reservation to investigate a factory that may be illegally dumping toxic chemicals into the reservation's water supply. When the Environmental Protection Agency tests the local waters and finds "absolutely no trace of any toxins," Walker's suspicions lead him to dig deeper to uncover the real truth behind the factory. Although Walker and the Chief of Reservation Police, Sam Coyote (Eloy Casados), try to persuade the enraged Cherokees to wait for real proof, they insist on taking matters into their own hands and launch an all-out warrior battle to destroy the factory and its supervisors. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
After a dangerous convict escapes from prison and begins killing those involved in his incarceration, Walker and Trivette set out to end his reign of terror before he murders Arthur McSpadden, the judge who presided over his case. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
A satanic symbol is left at the scenes of child abductions, and it appears the children are marked for sacrifice at midnight on Halloween. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
What was supposed to be a six-day camping trip filled with campfires and nature hikes quickly turns into a nightmare for Walker after Alex is kidnapped by the crazy Trammel brothers. Walker, along with his buddies Trent, Carlos and Trivette, immediately follows their trail. When Trivette is buried under falling boulders, Carlos must lead him to safety and Walker and Trent are forced to go it alone. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
As a radical group from the IRA attempts to stop the peace process in Belfast, Adam McGuire, raids their safe house and kills the leader's younger brother in self-defense. Now the faction vows revenge and orchestrates a plan. When McGuire takes his ailing 12-year-old daughter to Dallas for a life- saving bone marrow transplant to cure her leukemia, the IRA group is there to greet him. They kidnap the girl and hold her ransom in exchange for a renouncement of the peace agreement. Now Walker must do everything he can to save Jennifer McGuire's life, and to keep the peace. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
Chuck Norris returns to the role of Hayes Cooper, the legendary bounty hunter from the 1800s. In this episode, Hayes battles a gang of outlaws, played by country singers John Anderson, Lee Roy Parnell and Mark Collie, who are terrorizing a Mormon wagon train. (Taken from CBS Homepage)
Lila McCann, a real Country music artist, plays an aspiring one. She is being closely followed by Brad Alt and follows him under the pretense that he will help her launch her career. What she doesn't know is that he is trying to gain control of the heroin industry in Dallas.
A tyrannical small-town sheriff (Lee Majors) reports a drug-related accident to cover his murder of a truck driver who refused to smuggle for him.
Carlos' nephew is in trouble with the law when a gun is found in his room. The gun was used to kill a cop and hidden there by one of his friends.
When Trent is beat up and stabbed, the only witness is a mentally changed girl. The rangers try to have her ID the attacker.
A principal of a high school has his suspicions about a teacher who may be involved in the sudden influx of drug usage on campus. They try and bust him but with disastrous results. Then, the principal actually witnesses the exchange between the teacher and student.
There are recent mishaps at a motor speedway. The accidents are prone to a Cherokee team that turn to Walker for help. Meanwhile Trent and Carlos are searching for a teenage girl that has gone missing and is thought to have ended up in the hands of a registered sex offender. They end up rescuing her from the pedophiles house and soon find crucial evidence (photographs) to ensure his imprisonment. On their way to the Ranger Headquarters, they stop to help this woman with "car problems" and their car, along with the evidence are stolen. So now they have yet another crisis on their hands. Back at the speedway, Walker and Trivette are discovering that the events that have happened to the Team Cherokee are not all accidents and may be caused by another racing rivalry.
Walker pitches in to race for the Cherokee indian racing team. Meanwhile, Carlos and Trent search for the evidence lost in their car robbery.
Trivette's girlfriend goes missing and her pictures start showing up on the web.
Alex and Trivette reminesce about Walker's past adventures as they are waiting to be rescued after being imprisoned by a previous enemy who is out for revenge.
When the rangers arrest Jimmy's brother Simon, Jimmy soon finds that his life is in his brother's hands when Simon is told to kill him.
When the death of a friend's son is ruled an accident, C.D. investigates further. Meanwhile, Walker and Trivette hunt an escaped prisoner.
A loan shark, who has a minister's son under his thumb, attempts to steal a charitible telethon's proceeds.
Alex seeks to prosecute a gang who terrorizes witnesses with arson, and attempts to murder firefighters responding to their blazes.
A wealthy Dallas family and staff are murdered, then another family's daughter is abducted by the same masked men. This was part of a larger plan that was meant to extort millions of dollars from other wealthy families.