Doogie struggles making a decision on how to care for a young patient.
Investigating allegations that a motorcycle being marketed to young people is unsafe, Rossi is offered proof by a whistle blower at the company, but Mrs. Pynchon refuses on principle to pay the $4000 he wants for the documents.moreless
After the theft of Mrs. Pynchon's dog Barney, the Tribune looks into the underreported problem of dogfighting. Rossi goes undercover to catch an interstate dogfighting ring.
Doing a story on the cancer-causing effects among young women of the artificial hormone DES, which was given to their mothers during pregnancy, Billie discovers that she too is a "DES daughter." Meanwhile, Rossi covers the legal struggle of a young woman of Armenian descent who has been ostracized and disowned by her family because she married a Turk.moreless
Billie researches an article about the suicide of two teenagers and the effects on their families, while Rossi does a story about the personal and professional pressures on child star Carly Mitchell. Meanwhile, Lou tries to help a troubled youngster who is being neglected by his mother.moreless