Reno tracks down Hound Adams, the man with the evidence that can prove his innocence. He finds him at a bar. Before they can leave, the bar is robbed and hostiges taken, Reno and the Hound included. Someone sets off the alarm and the police arrive. Reno is sent out to negotiate with the police. Dutch learns that Reno is there and arrives. The leader demands a chopper to take them away but the police claim they can't get one. Dutch says he has one when in reality he doesn't and when the police learn he lied they're forced to go in but in doesn't work out the way they ...
After Reno asks Judge Sarah Jessup (CECELIA PECK), his devoted friend, to help him locate Hound Adams, she is accidentally blinded by Carrick O'Quinn (DON MICHAEL PAUL), a police squad commando who rescues her from a crazed abductor.
Outnumbered in a barroom brawl, Reno gets help from a mysterious stranger with an uncanny resemblance to Elvis Presley. His curiosity gets the better of him, and he investigates the matter further. With the help of Bobby and Cheyenne, Reno discovers that behind this illusion is a high stakes life insurance scandal. Further complicating matters is a nagging reporter who works for a trashy national tabloid magazine, and she is bent on punching her ticket to fame by exposing both Elvis and Reno.
Reno's former sensai calls on him to help track down and neutralize one of his karate students that has gone rogue. Now going under the alias "The Black Wind" the student has gone into business for himself as a contract hitman for a local Yakuza businessman. Reno must train and focus his martial arts talents in order to defeat The Black Wind in traditional hand to hand combat, as well as bringing him to justice for a recent murder.
Reno travels to New Orleans, Louisiana on the trail of Jean Luc Leveaux, a notorious wanted fugitive. He discovers capturing this particular suspect is not as easy as he initially thought, as Leveaux turns out to be very influential and well-connected figure in the voodoo community, who has ties even with the local law enforcement. Reno forms an alliance with Leveaux's terrified girlfriend in order to get close to him.
A friend of Bobby Sixkiller suffers a severe beating when he discovers one of his prize bulls has been stolen, and tries to resolve the matter himself. Bobby and Reno are brought in to assist with the case, and uncover an entire large-scale livestock theft enterprise that uses a legitimate rodeo event as a cover. They go undercover into the event to setup a risky sting operation.
Two young kids end up dead after getting in way over their head in a drug dealing operation. Behind the murders is a drug kingpin that deals in a variety of poisons, including cocaine and anabolic steroids. Reno and Cheyenne go undercover into the local bodybuilding scene to expose the steroid distribution ring and bring down the dealers.
A string of local rave parties becomes a problem when a young girl overdoses on ecstasy and ends up comatose. The organizer behind the parties is a mysterious man known as Ranger. Reno begins investigating the operation and soon discovers that Ranger is not who he thought he was. All the while, a local late night radio show host begins covering the Reno Raines story, gaining extra publicity for Reno and making it impossible to go anywhere without being recognized. This is exactly what he doesn't want. Reno must bring down Ranger's operation and shake Dutch Dixon off ...
Reno and Bobby get snaked on a bounty capture at the last minute by a rival bounty hunting group. In a bizarre turn of events, the bounty is found dead without ever being turned in. Reno investigates but moves too fast, and ends up getting captured by the same bounty hunters. It becomes clear that this outfit organizes hunting competitions on remote pieces of land, using fugitives as human targets. Reno finds himself fighting for his life against the hunters. This episode is similar to the movie "Surviving the Game" starring Ice-T.