Gary tries to cheer up a poor Irish immigrant who traveled to the United States in search of a man, only to find he is already a husband and father.
Gary travels through time to save the brother of a beautiful singer in the days of Chicago's St. Valentine's Day massacre.
Gary (Kyle Chandler) finally learns why he was chosen to receive the paper and that there will be another recipient. Guest stars: Charles Durning and Tess Harper.
Gary befriends an accountant-turned-bounty hunter and protects him from some dangerous situations, including a bar fight with some nasty bikers.
Gary finds himself torn between trusting his best friend's fiancee -- a former con woman -- or trusting his own instincts to reveal her past.
Gary temporarily loses his sight in an accident and must rely on instinct to rescue a 9-year-old boy from an inferno.
Gary and an old friend leap into new roles as actors in a small theater threatened by a greedy producer, arson and the director's past.
Gary lies to help his good friend's brother, whom he caught stealing cars, but questions his decision after being shot.
Gary has his work cut out for him when Joey Clams, a new recipient of tomorrow's news, abuses his privileges.
Gary helps a clairvoyant 13-year-old ward off the guilt she feels for not being able to change the fate of her parents.
Gary must choose between saving the life of a good Samaritan or the life of a disreputable motel operator when a snowstorm hits Chicago.
Gary turns to old friend Marion Crumb for help when he must rescue an amnesia victim who is destined to die at the hands of her twin sister.
Gary finds himself reliving the same day three times, getting another chance to save Marissa each day.
Gary gives the local weathergirl accurate forecasts when he becomes smitten with her; Uncle Phil returns and winds up in a series of disasters.
Gary evades the police so he can find the real murderer; Brigatti is taken hostage when she discovers new evidence.
Gary's attempts to relax with the newspaper backfire when Patrick's interference keeps changing the news, finally putting him in a life-threatening situation at a Halloween party.
A photographer's accidental snapshot of a criminal who is thought to be dead may cost him his life unless Gary can rescue him.
Gary and Detective Toni Brigatti join forces and impersonate wealthy newlyweds hoping to catch a jewel thief.
Gary's best friend and former partner, Chuck Fishman, visits Chicago and inadvertently meddles with a history-making baseball game.
Gary's parents move in with him after a tornado destroys their town; a photographer is suspicious of Gary's connections to rescue efforts.
Gary meets a man from New York who has been getting the following day's edition of the Daily News for the past six years.
Gary saves Detective Paul Armstrong's wife from drowning in a swimming pool and later must prevent a series of bombs from being detonated by a militia group.
Gary and Sammo Law (Sammo Hung) join up to save a thief and his niece from thugs looking for an ancient helmet; guest Martina McBride.
Gary returns to his hometown to catch two thieves, only to find his own trouble with the law in the form of a petty, local sheriff.
Marissa's boyfriend saves a man from a series of life-threatening accidents, while Gary is in quarantine after being bitten by a monkey.
Retired detective Marion Crumb returns to Chicago after Gary saves him from being blown up in a remote cabin in Idaho.
Gary questions his involvement with the paper after failing to rescue a homeless man who falls to his death; Gary reads his own obituary.
Gary tries to help a couple involved in a bitter dispute over their lingerie company and the custody of their 9-year-old daughter.
Gary learns that a rap artist, who fathered a child whom Marissa helped raise, will be mortally wounded at his upcoming concert.
A baseball player decides to stay in Chicago after falling in love with a doctor, much to his agent's chagrin.
Gary thinks he can salvage his relationship with Erica by telling her about the paper, but she refuses to believe him.
A retired treasury agent believes that Al Capone's last living henchman can lead him to the mobster's long-lost fortune.
Gary's efforts to prevent a woman's fall on ice snowballs into a deadly bus crash; Henry tags along with Gary.
After the newspaper arrives in tatters, Gary poses as a substitute teacher to learn who will be involved in a school shooting.
Gary searches for a way to save his parents' nest egg after his mother invests their retirement money with a con artist.
Gary's blossoming romance with Erica may be nipped in the bud after he witnesses a mob shooting and enters a witness protection program.
Gary enlists the support of a newspaper reporter to help reopen a case involving a man who was wrongfully convicted of murder.
A financially strapped Chuck (guest star Fisher Stevens) returns with a crazy scheme to exploit Gary's (Kyle Chandler) newspaper heroics. Jerry Springer also guest stars.
Gary (Kyle Chandler) tries to keep a batch of tainted apples from causing a Halloween tragedy. With Kristy Swanson and Billy Worley.
Gary must confront his feelings for Erica when her old flame, an orthopedic surgeon and philanthropist, comes to town.
Gary unexpectedly winds up in jail while escorting a naval officer's daughter to a dance; Henry dabbles in world politics.
Henry uses horse racing results from the newspaper's sports section to help his estranged father win big at the track.
Gary is unsure what to do when he must choose between preventing a massive traffic accident or a 9-year-old boy's drowning death.
Gary must attempt to avert several tragedies at once after a lightning strike plunges the city into darkness.
Marissa envisions a strange logo which becomes instrumental to rescuing Chuck when he stumbles upon a mob-murder victim.
Gary tries to prevent the Chicago fire and meets Rod Serling.
Thugs seeking a research disk take Gary's parents (William Devane, Tess Harper) hostage when he becomes involved with a computer programmer.
An art forger trying to go straight wants Gary and Marissa to help him break into a museum and return a stolen masterpiece.
A former prisoner whose life Gary (Kyle Chandler) once saved is determined to kill the prosecutor who put him away. With Fisher Stevens.
When Gary disappears, the paper is delivered to his parents' house, alerting his father that an aerialist is about to commit a suicidal jump.
Gary (Kyle Chandler) protects a woman (guest star Alexondra Lee) from the same fate her murdered grandmother suffered 50 years earlier. With Fisher Stevens.
Gary rushes Marissa to the hospital with a mysterious illness that she may have caught from a mummified cat.
Gary has a run-in with Detective Crumb when he tries to convince the officer that an assignment will put his life in danger.
Gary's term as temporary county supervisor is made difficult by corrupt local politicians who think they can buy his vote.
A privacy-seeking princess stows away in Gary's car while he is off averting tragedy.
Gary tries to prevent a little girl's death and becomes a suspect in her disappearance.
Gary's disruption of a bris for Chuck's nephew has unexpected consequences when his friend falls for the attractive rabbi performing the service.
Stressed-out Gary goes straight to the sports section, where he learns an aging football star will be critically injured.
A skinhead group turns on Gary when he tries to stop its protest, even though he interferes to save the leader's life.
A Russian taxi driver turns out to be the father of a visiting violinist and a conspirator in a plot to kill the Russian ambassador.
After she helps Gary prevent a gang-related robbery, a savvy nun (Nia Peeples) questions her vocation.
A man facing a midlife crisis decides to have plastic surgery; Chuck searches for a picture of himself for a magazine cover story.
Gary stops the publicity plans of a woman pretending to have cancer and the newspaper columnist covering the story.
Gary tries to prevent his high-school sweetheart's impending nuptials because someone will try to kill Genie and her father at the ceremony.
Gary tries to prevent the suicide of a Vietnam veteran tortured by flashbacks that were triggered by an upcoming memorial ceremony in his honor.
Gary tries to prevent a greedy land developer who purchased McGinty's bar from turning it into a parking lot.
Gary must prevent Marissa's charming study partner from killing her psychology professor in a bomb blast.
Tossed out of the house by his wife, Gary's father moves in with his son, where he soon proves valuable in preventing the next day's tragedies.
Gary must decide whether to save the life of a girl in need of a heart transplant or to prevent a troubled teen from being killed in a robbery attempt.
Gary considers stopping his new love from being reunited with her old love when he learns about it in the paper.
The cat begins delivering the paper to an eccentric lady named Eunice in an effort to get Gary to help her with her problems.
When Gary saves the life of a fraudulent psychic, she refuses to leave him alone, convinced that he truly has the ability to see the future.
Gary is serving on a jury about to pronounce a man guilty when he learns from the next day's paper that the defendant is innocent.
Gary helps a decorated police officer claiming to be the legendary cowboy Bat Masterson avenge his partner's death.
A pawnbroker holds the answer that Gary needs to stop a planned presidential assassination from taking place in Chicago.
Gary and Chuck run afoul of the mob and the FBI when they try to prevent the murder of a key witness.
A homeless boy who lifted Gary's wallet faces freezing to death unless Gary can free him from an abandoned warehouse.
Gary learns the teddy bear bomber will strike a crowded skating rink; Chuck helps a man claiming to be Santa Claus escape from prison.
Gary is mistaken for a criminal when he tries to save a man who is about to marry his ex-wife, Marcia.
Gary saves a family from a tornado; Chuck and Gary's journalist girlfriend use the early edition for gain.
Gary poses as a school official to prevent a boy with behavioral problems from fatally shooting his older brother.
Gary tries to save two lives when he learns a teenage mother, who has become involved in an illegal drug operation, is going to abandon her baby.
Gary tries to convince a promising young basketball player with a heart condition to leave the game before it costs him his life.
Gary is determined to save the mayor's dog, as well as the future of the thief who wants to kidnap it.
Gary saves a reporter in pursuit of a story and attempts to locate the source behind the mysterious paper.
Gary sets out to prevent a catastrophic water main break that could black out the entire city; Marcia has a change of heart.
Marissa and Chuck help Gary in an attempt to save both a child who will die of hospital neglect and a Chicago jetliner destined for doom.
Gary begins receiving the early edition of the next day's newspaper and realizes the responsibility that has been entrusted to him.