Good morning. Here’s what you need to know today:
Gray day: Patchy fog is forecast before 10 a.m. today in Sacramento, giving way to widespread haze, the National Weather Service reports. The day will be mostly cloudy with a high near 60 degrees with a light south wind, according to the weather service.
Public Eye: California Forensic Medical Group is the state’s largest for-profit correctional health care company, delivering medical service in 27 counties, including El Dorado, Placer and Yolo. A recent spike in jail deaths has prompted investigations into allegations the company is making profits at the expense of inmate health.
Volunteer for MLK Day: Organizations across the country are taking part in the National Day of Service on Monday, in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy, on the same day of the King federal holiday. According to the federal agency Corporation for National & Community Service, the day calls for Americans from all walks of life to work together to provide solutions to the most pressing national problems. There are many volunteering opportunities available in the Sacramento region, as reported by UC Davis and the city of Sacramento.
▪ Photo gallery: Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.
Mangia!: On Sutter Street in Jackson, Jim Vinciguerra honors Amador County’s rich Italian heritage with his ravioli factory, which he says has churned out more than 7 million squares of pasta since 1998.
▪ Bee video: The art of making ravioli
Arduous cycling in Old Sac: About 350 racers lined up to complete laps on a 2.2-mile cyclocross course through Old Sacramento. Cyclocross is a hybrid of road and mountain biking.
▪ Bee video: Sacramento Cyclocross’ race through Old Sacramento
Cue ‘Sweet Georgia Brown’: The Harlem Globetrotters will return to Sleep Train Arena for two shows, 2 p.m. today and Monday. The world-famous basketball marvels, known for their ball-handling skills, trick shots and comedy routines, will take on the Washington Generals.
Local sports today: Women’s college basketball – Arizona at Cal, 1 p.m. (PAC-12 Network)