A criminal whose operations Walker and the others have been foiling decides to take them out, so has one of his men plant a bomb when they're all together. Walker sees him and discovers the bomb and tries to get rid of it but it blows up in his face. At the hospital they learn that Walker's blind and the doctors are uncertain if it's permanent. Gage and Cooke try to get the man who did this. Alex tries to help Walker cope but he's impossible. White Eagle shows up and tells Walker that he shouldn't worry if he can see again but to learn how rely on his other senses. ...
A young girl is shot when some men who committed a crime were shooting their way out. Her father is a former Ranger whom Walker knows. And he sets out to find the one who shot her. Walker tries to caution him about what he is doing. He gets the man reinstated.
When a new weapon knows as a Thunderhawk is stolen, Walker tries to find it. What they don't know is that the man who was in charge of bringing it to the military was the one who stole it. He's planning to sell it to some people who plan to use it for terrorism. But before he could it's stolen from him.
Walker returns from L.A. with Eagleton, the paramilitary man who killed a Texas Ranger and who was planning something is L.A. Walker turns him over to some other men and it's while in transit that some men kill the men escorting Eagleton and spring him. Walker tries to find him, knowing that he is planning something. Sammo Law, the Chinese cop in L.A. who helped Walker catch Eagleton comes and has some information he got from Eagleton's associates.
A Chinese diplomat who is a friend of Walker's is in the country to bring some students to his country. Later when one of Chinese Embassy staff turns up dead Walker and the others investigate. Gage has a run in with the diplomat's son and because his father is a diplomat has diplomatic immunity. Gage is not pleased and thinks they should keep an eye on him. They later learn that the staff member may have been involved with drug smuggling. And that the diplomat's son is the one behind but because of his diplomatic immunity they can't touch him.
When Detective Steven Nimh who infiltrated the organization of Billy Lo and has given Walker very useful information about Lo's operations. Walker feeling that Lo might be suspecting that he has a mole in his organization wants Nimh to pull out. But Nimh sensing that something big is going down decides to stay in. But Lo sets him up and is killed. So Walker with what info Nimh gave them tries to get Lo. At the same time Nimh's father who's a friend of Walker's comes and tries to help his grandson deal with his loss and some other problems.
Walker has been able to intercept all the drug shipments of the Ortega brothers. But when they discover that Walker has an informant in their midsts they kill the informant. In the meantime, they still continue to bring drugs in by having people sneak across the border by going throw a ranch owned by Alex's friends. But when the husband catches them, he calls his foreman for help but he kills the man, apparently he works for the Ortegas. Upon learning of what happened the Ortegas make plans to buy the ranch.
Ortega abducts Alex, Cooke and some other people and demands the release oh his brother. Walker knows the man won't keep his word but a Fed allows the exchange but as Walker predicted Ortega doesn't release Alex and Cooke. Walker then goes across the border to get them and Trivette and Gage go with him.
A man who calls himself The Chairman talks with various mob bosses and informs them that he knows who among their people are undercover operatives sent by the government. He offers to weed them out for a fee. But one man, named Cardoza who is based in Texas refuses but when the Chairman tells him that a Senator is in Dallas to meet with Alex on how to deal with him, he claims that it doesn't bother him. But, he actually decides to take her out. The Chairman then informs the Rangers who stop Cardoza's men. Later when the Senator is informed of undercover agents turning...