Man Arrested in Canada for 1998 Decapitation of Chinatown Man

Plus: Penn State might lose its accreditation, "F-bomb" is officially a word, Hamels tosses another shutout, and more of what the city is talking about today.

1998 Chinatown Decapitation. A man has been arrested in Canada for the 1998 decapitation of a Chinatown man. Authorities say that the suspect was arrested for allegedly driving drunk and his fingerprints showed that he was a fugitive from Philadelphia, wanted for supposedly decapitating a man and dismembering his body before disposing of it in Jersey. The suspect is now awaiting extradition. [Daily News]

Penn State Might Lose Accreditation. The Freeh report, along with integrity and financial issues stemming from the Jerry Sandusky scandal, has Penn State in some hot water with an accrediting body. The university has been told that its accreditation is in jeopardy, but Penn State officials are saying that the proper steps will be taken to prevent that from happening. [Inquirer]

F-Bomb Is a Word. “F-bomb” and “sexting” lead the group of words added to the Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary. “Energy drink,” “life coach,” and others were also added this year. [6 ABC]

Hamels Tosses Another Shutout. On Monday night, Cole Hamels threw his second consecutive complete-game shutout as the Phils blanked the Marlins 4-0. Hamels gave up seven hits as an Utley double, a Pierre triple, a Kratz sac fly and a run on an error gave the ace the offensive support he needed. [Phillies]

Tickets for Ali Ceremony on Sale. On Tuesday morning, tickets to see Muhammad Ali receive the 2012 Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center will be available to the public. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. for the September 13th ceremony. [CBS 3]

One Killed in SEPTA Crash. One person is dead and 11 were injured in a SEPTA bus crash in the city’s Ogontz section. According to authorities, a woman was driving her Acura in the wrong lane when it collided with the bus. [6 ABC]