Newspapers show no interest in Brocks articles about the plight of the poor.
Brock discovers that a wealthy businessman is bribing elected officials.
Hanson gets Brock to appear on a television discussion program about the problem of slums.
A young union negotiator is torn during a labor dispute.
Brock receives a job offer from an ambitious U.S. congressman.
Brock must deal with a numbers runner who has infiltrated the neighborhood.
Brock aids a paraplegic who is consumed with the dream of walking again.
An abused teenage girl tries to make a living on the street.
A construction worker rebels when he feels forced into retirement.
The murder of an elderly store owner prompts Brock to investigate the 15-year-old suspect.
A homeless womans friend has taken to drinking wood alcohol.
Brock advises a beatnik to run against him in the next election.
Brock assists welfare recipients who lose their benefits when they take part-time jobs.
Brock helps to relocate an eccentric group of senior citizens.
A 5-year-old child is diagnosed with schizophrenia.
A man (Simon Oakland) returns to his old neighborhood in an effort to rediscover his youth.
A black couple have trouble when they move into an all-white suburban community.
Brock resorts to some strange methods to help treat a compulsive gambler.
Brock aids a landlord whose building is being razed to make room for a playground.
A black couple in Harlem take action against slum conditions when their baby is bitten by a rat.
A mentally disabled boy is charged with molesting a girl.
The new principal of a high school faces a student revolt.
Brock must supervise a wealthy playgirl sentenced to a month's community service.
Brock tries to assist a veteran who has refused to face the world for a decade.
A cop has his underage daughter's boyfriend arrested.
Brock must decide if a woman is an unfit mother.