The world's oldest profession and one of the Internet's newest obsessions are in bed together -- and Oregon cops are increasingly knocking at the door. Portland-area law enforcement officials say the growing of thinly veiled for prostitution on popular Web sites such as Craigslist.
But, as became clear this week with the arrest of a year-old Aloha man, police are attempting to turn the tide by using online to track down prostitutes and their customers. Read the full story.
Forest Service is rethinking how many recreation facilities it can keep up as funding for campgrounds, picnic areas and trails dries up. As the Mount Hood forest considers its choices, smaller, less-used sites may get farmed out to concessionaires or volunteers -- or even closed. Wireless alternative to blanket city in Sports: Ducks average 6.
Ducks have opponents on the run. Living: Sites can help you organize your money and your life.
Lap up new uses for that laptop, students. Read other stories from The Oregonian in Thursday's edition.
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