Matt Stewart


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


Today's episode is going to be a home run! We are rejoined by Matt Stewart, an Emmy award-winning anchor and reporter at Fox 4 News in Kansas City, and author of ⁠Unique Eats and Eateries of Kansas City⁠. Today, he

There is nothing better than the beginning of the baseball season. When I was a college student at KU, we often went to Opening Day. Usually, I needed a raincoat or my winter jacket, but we braved the cold day

Matt Stewart's The Kansas City Royals: An Illustrated Timeline was a chance to revisit forgotten stories about the team and get them in print for posterity.

Matt Stewart says that when he was 12, his love of the Kansas City Royals was “on the edge of obsessive.” Growing up in Omaha, Nebraska, the Emmy-award winning Fox4 reporter listened to Denny Matthews call every game and followed

Local TV reporter Matt Stewart, who wrote Unique Eats and Eateries of Kansas City (2022), returns with a hardcover history of the local baseball team. He will appear for it at 6 p.m. April 1 at the Kansas City Public

We ask the author of The Kansas City Royals: An Illustrated Timeline about the new downtown ballpark (hopefully?) coming to KC, how dominant the team USED to be, the mindsight of winning championships, the lean years in-between titles, and Salvador