A wagon rides into Laramie with its owner hurt laying in the back. A sheriff rides in saying he's wanted elsewhere for cattle rustling but he says he has a valid brand release. Troop must get answers quick or be forced to turn him over.
An Army Colonel's son, who only wants to pursue a writing career and not a military one. Troop is given 24 hours to find him or he will be charged with desertion. A demoted sergeant wants revenge and does all he can to "help" the boy.
A reformed gunslinger is in town to meet his fiancé and head west. Troop wants no trouble while he's there from his old friends or enemies. When she doesn't arrive, he starts drinking and listening to those goading him into a showdown.
A popular newspaperman is killed at a wedding. Because of the circumstances surrounding the killing, Troop suspects that it was a case of mistaken identity. But which one of the respectable townsmen is holding a grudge and against whom?
A popular new chef was supposed to work for a rancher for a year after agreeing to come from Europe. However, he has a chance to be a partner in the restaurant if Troop can help him overcome the legal contract he signed.
Beth Hunter brings in Sam Turnbull's body. She claims it was done by her husband so Troop gets a posse together to go after him. After they leave, the truth comes out and Johnny rides after them to try to prevent a miscarriage of justice.
Jack Rollins, a famous gunfighter, comes to town on some personal business. When Troop finds out what that is he intervenes to make sure Jack's reputation doesn't hurt someone he says he cares for very much.
The sole survivor of Pell Creek Bridge has been living a nightmare since the incident. The Army court martialed him for what others feel was heroism. His latest episode forces Troop to intervene before someone gets killed.
Clay, someone from Troop's past, rides fast and far to help him meet a gang bent on getting revenge. When he is shot, Dan and Johnny must fend for themselves as they can't seem to deputize any of the locals.
Ike Smith's three ranch hands are young, tough and don't respect authority. He is killed trying to fire them so they go to Laramie. Troop is away and their attitude makes Johnny take notice. They won't go away without forcing a showdown.
Troop befriends a convict he jailed. When the driver of the stage he's riding shotgun on is killed, talk is he's picked up his old ways with the old gang. With a posse on the hunt for them, the gang figures they can pick the town clean.
A letter from Ward Beech in Socorro, NM states he was being held for murder but he was sleeping it off in Troop's jail on that same date. When he rides there to investigate, he finds more than the sheriff is willing to hide what happened.
Lorna Williams comes to Laramie seeking more than a job as a dance hall girl. She wants to avenge the man she loved. The man she is after is in Laramie but neither she nor Dan Troop has any idea what he looks like.
Released from prison after 2 years, Ben Adams wants to get on with his life. When he is drawn back with the same men who helped put him there, he wonders if the $15K from that bank holdup they never recovered isn't a better way to go.
Ches Ryan, running from a bank robbery, comes upon a cabin with two children suffering from a plague. With Troop about to catch up, he stays to help but Troop gets sick too. He must now decide what's important: money or his three patients.
When Buck Walsh's nephew shoots up the local saloon and is arrested, his efforts for freeing him are stonewalled by Troop. When his true agenda is realized, Dan and Johnny work fast to diffuse that as well.
Lily Merrill opens her new saloon the "Birdcage" in Laramie after being run out of Billings, Montana. She allows the dealer Len Ferrell to work for her despite his actions in Billings and her better judgment.
McKay is escorting Bench Ryan to prison when the driver is shot and the stage crashes. The dying man who helped Ryan escape tells him his wife is planning to run off with another man. Johnny uses the information to unnerve Ryan.
Lily's husband Frank, fresh out of prison, wants her help to rob the bank of $40,000 or he won't give up their son Tommy. Blackmail, bank robbery and kidnapping -- Dan wants to help her but she won't tell him what's wrong.
Iron Cloud wants his people to live on a reservation so they can hunt and not just farm. An old Army nemesis, brokering the deal, may not give him his wish. His brother intervenes to ensure the Sioux are provided what has been promised.
For stealing about $40, Johnny had to kill two brothers, one he grew up with. Not able to live with it he decides to quit and leave town, until he meets his replacement, a man who has a reputation thinking the badge comes with privileges.
When a killer steps on his glasses during the murder of one of Lily's new girls, Oren said he saw everything. But without his glasses he just sees shadows. Dan investigates and finds one man who may be from her past, so he sets a trap.
Timmo has a grown son coming to visit who was raised by his grandparents. Timmo has to inform Mark he is not a rancher but a bartender which Mark takes in stride. However, Mark has a chip on his shoulder and his own secret.
The Jute family takes over the Marshal's office with two hostages - a young boy and Lily. They're in town to free Lester Jute, arriving on the 9:05 train. Dan Troop has a risky plan but it has grave danger for both the boy and Lily.
Two grifters, new to Laramie, see an opportunity when a newspaper article says the local church has burned down. Under the guise of a dance, they raise money and the suspicions of Marshal Dan Troop and his nose.
Johnny and Troop have captured Ben Moray. When they have to seek shelter at a remote cabin due to weather, their prisoner isn't all they need to watch out for. Their host has a deadly secret buried out back.