Wyatt goes undercover as a wanted criminal to track down Blackie Sanders on behalf of Wells Fargo.
Wyatt recruits Shotgun Gibbs as marshal and sends him onto Dodge City in his absence. When Gibbs arrives there, he discovers that Curly Bill and Johnny Ringgold are extorting Mayor Kelley to force him to fire Wyatt as a coward and a liar.
Wyatt tries to track down two thieves who manage to stay one step ahead of him despite his best efforts.
General Sherman asks Wyatt to track down Indians who stole a Gatling gun.
The Cattleman's association pushes through a law making rustling a felony, and Wyatt is soon forced to play his deputy, Shotgun Gibbs, under arrest.
A young nobleman paid to stay out of England ends up in Dodge City, and soon becomes entangled in local affairs.
Wyatt Earp meets his friend Ned Buntline, who just published a book describing Wyatt as the King of the Frontier without realizing the embarrassment which such stuff will cause Wyatt. Wyatt is forced to enter a rodeo to prove that Buntline is no liar and the big feature is a "shootout" at two hundred yards, between Wyatt and his Buntline Special and an enemy with a Winchester.moreless
Young Mitch Hallam is fast with a gun and emulates Wyatt, and travels to Dodge City to prove himself. Mitch's fiancée and her father, newcomers to the West, don't understand. Wyatt sets out to show Mitch the error of his ways by taking him on as a deputy.
When a young girl's parents are killed by renegades, they come after her and Wyatt steps in to protect her.
Local grangers organize to oppose the railroad passing through. They believe the railroad is out to trick them out of their land rights and start a war, and Wyatt has to settle things before someone gets hurt.
Wyatt meets Dr. Carl McDowell and invites him to set up shop in Dodge City. However, Wyatt soon discovers that Carl doesn't have a license to practice. The town's current physician, Dr. McCarty, argues that experience is what counts. However, when a smallpox epidemic breaks out, they may both have to reconsider.moreless
A new editor arrives in Dodge City to run the newspaper, only to discover that a mob ran his predecessor out of town. He insists that hsi staff must be honest, but soon discovers that he has a fight on his hands.
Rather than lose Kate, Doc Holliday agrees to give up drinking, gambling, and violence. Wyatt agrees to run interference for him but soon discovers that he may have bitten off more than he can chew.
"Reverend" Oliver Tittle comes to Dodge City on a one-man crusade to end sin, and ends up playing saloon owner Ganly in an attempt to break the man.
When a friend of Doc Holliday's is arrested for horse stealing--a hanging offense--Doc comes up with a plan to save him... by stealing more horses.
Buffalo hunters arrive in Dodge City in search of pelts, but Wyatt is forced to step in when they start warring with the local Indians.
The daughter of a Texas rancher brings her men into Dodge City. She goads Wyatt into giving up his guns by claiming the Abilene marshal can handle things without his revolvers, but things soon turn violent.
After Bat finishes his term as sheriff, he takes up with a beautiful woman, Cora Warrous. But Cora is up to no good and Wyatt soon has to help his friend.
Legendary stagecoach driver rawhide Geraghty loses his nerve just before retirement, and Rawhide's wife asks his old friend Wyatt to help out.
Wyatt comes to the aid of a battered woman but when her family objects, his only option to get her away is to marry her.
Chief Bullhead comes out of the Territories to race against a horse belonging to local gambler Milt Canyon. But when Milt loses, he tries to buy Bullhead's horse and violence breaks out when the Indian refuses.
A young punk rolls into Dodge City with plans to make a name for himself by becoming a famous gunfighter. However, Wyatt easily catches on and tries to stop him before he ruins his life for good.
When a notorious loan shark is poisoned, Wyatt goes after the killer... but everyone wanted the man dead.
Bat's replacement for sheriff, rancher Del Mathey, gets in over his head and turns to Wyatt for help.
A U.S. Marshal deputy, Hank Drew arrives in Dodge City. He soon comes up with a plan to earn a reward by setting up some unemployed cowhands to rob a stage and then capture them in the act.
When Shotgun Gibbs' mule falls ill, Dr. McCarty can't do anything so Wyatt calls in his old friend, Doc Fabrique. When Fabrique discovers that it's a case of poisoning, Shotgun hunts down the men responsible.
A famous actress arrives in Dodge City and attracts attention from the men. However, two men have a falling out over her and one of them turns up dead.
Love and trouble go hand in hand when Shotgun Gibbs goes shopping for a bonnet for his mule, and falls in love with the attractive Phronsie LaTour.
A hot summer day in Dodge City turns to terror when a cyclone strikes the town.
Wyatt and Doc Holliday end up with a ranch in Colorado after a poker game, only to discover that the widow occupying it has a few months left to redeem it... and an outlaw problem on her hands.
Mayor Kelley takes a hardcore approach to law-and-order in Dodge City, and Wyatt refuses to run Doc Holliday out of town, the mayor fires Wyatt.
Virgil and Morgan come to Dodge City to convince Wyatt to head back to Arizona with them and take up ranching.