A new law gives the state more authority over trampoline parks, but it also makes jumpers more responsible for their own safety.
This Halloween the sight of hundreds of 4 foot high ”Walter Whites” at your door can only mean one of three things:
This Halloween I expect all self-respecting zombies to be using our city crosswalks, taking the day off from their job at the County Clerk’s Office, complaining about the shortage of organically grown cerebral tissue and fighting Hannibal Lecter over that last piece of brain. And you, the on…
Don't be so high handed about pop stars. The only barrier to you going trick or treating as Miley Cyrus is finding the right affordable wrecking ball, public decency laws, self-respect and the fact you can’t find your old Gene Simmons “Kiss” tongue.
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Get Air Tucson, a trampoline park with 11,500 square feet of indoor trampolines, has opened its doors at 330 S. Toole Ave.
George Nissen first fiddled around with a "bouncing rig" in the 1930s. In 2000, trampolining became an Olympic sport.
In the first "Austin Powers" movie, Dr. Evil describes his father as a man who made ridiculous claims, such as inventing the question mark.
Green Valley's Dagmar Nissen Munn, right, wrote about her dad, George Nissen, and his invention.
PHOENIX — A Phoenix man has died after Phoenix Fire Department
officials say he was injured at an indoor trampoline park.