Matt Stewart, an Emmy-award winning television news anchor and reporter, has been a broadcast journalist for more than two decades. A graduate of Northwestern University, Matt played on the 1995-96 Big Ten Champion football teams and detailed his experiences as a walk-on safety in his book, The Walk On. He has also written two other books, the comedic murder mystery The Man From KNEW News and the time travel adventure Tripp in Time. You can learn more about his work at mattstewartbooks.com.
Fox 4 anchor Matt Stewart’s recommendations from his book, Unique Eats and Eateries of Kansas City – The Pitch
You might know Matt Stewart from his job as an anchor at Fox 4, but the reporter is an author in his own right, too. Stewart’s most recent book is Unique Eats and Eateries of Kansas City: The People and Stories
Your Community: TV journalist/author to share insights with local writers – Shawnee Mission Post
Matt Stewart is a well-known Kansas City reporter and anchor with Fox 4. What viewers may not realize is that he has also published four books and is passionate about narrative storytelling. His latest book is Unique Eats and Eateries
Author Feature: Matt Stewart – KC Today
A local food expert + reporter? We like the sound of that.
Four Inane Questions with Fox 4 KC reporter Matt Stewart – The Pitch
Matt Stewart is all about work anniversaries this year. Besides hitting the 25-year mark as a TV newsie, he just celebrated his 10th anniversary as part of Fox 4’s insanely popular morning news squad.
Local literary hot streak: Kansas City-set novel is next in a pile from area authors – The Kansas City Star
Fox 4 “Morning Show” reporter Matt Stewart has written a Kansas City restaurant guide, Royals announcers Steve Physioc and Rex Hudler wrote a children’s book, former Chiefs offensive lineman Tim Grunhard has a memoir, and University of Kansas sportscaster Brian
Seven Things You Might Not Know About KC Restaurants, As Told by New KC Eatery Book – In Kansas City
Pick up a copy of Matt Stewart’s new book, Unique Eats and Eateries of Kansas City, and you’ll likely learn a thing or two about some of your favorite local restaurants. After 18 years of roaming the metro as a journalist