Two teams of physicists at Illinois' Fermilab using
their Tevatron particle collider spotted events consistent with
Higgs Boson in the 115 and 135 GeV range. This data corresponds
nicely with CERN's discovery that the Higgs boson has to be between
115 and 127 GeV.
The results from these labs do not constitute proof
of the existence of the Higgs Boson. How ever if it does exist these
experiments show that they are in the 115 and 127 GeV range. The
evidence is interesting but not yet conclusive. As it could still be
random noise. With the September closing of the Tevatron collider
the final word on the Higgs boson will have to come from CERN.
Fermilab Closes In on Higgs