EUGENE, Ore. -- Community members celebrated the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
People gathered for the "Standing United" march that started at PK Park in Eugene. Participants marched to the Shedd Institute to listen to community leaders speak about Dr. King.
In Springfield, hundreds of people marched to honor MLK as well. It was the city's 20th annual march. They started outside of the Springfield Justice Center and ended at Springfield High School.
State Representative John Lively was there. He says attended to help to stand up for justice.
- Community members march in remembrance of MLK
- Community members recognized for helping addicts recover
- Community members concerned after sex offender released
- Community members treated to a free holiday meal
- Community members react to possible wildlife feeding ban
- Community members hold meeting opposing assault weapon ban
- Community members pay tribute to teen killed in crash
- Community members fight back against Hayward Field renovation
- Community members pack more than 10,000 meals for hungry children
- Plants created for restoration projects go home with community members