Today is another big day for the Higgs boson and this time it is the turn of Fermilab to give us some new information. The venue for the latest offerings is the conference in Moriond. The talks are still ongoing but the main plot has already been shown. (see QDS)
Later I will give a new combination with the LHC results which may also be updated today, but for now here is a useful variation on the plot showing it as a Signal curve. In this plot the zero line represents no Higgs boson while the line at one is expected for the standard model Higgs boson. What we see is a signal perfectly consistent with a boson in the mass region of about 115 GeV to 140 GeV. The mass resolution is not as good as the LHC results and the significance of the excess is less but consistency with the other results is what we were hoping for, so well done to CDF and D0 for this nice final Higgs result from them.
Update: Here is the combination of the new Tevatron data with the latest ATLAS and CMS. On the left is just ATLAS+CMS on their own, and on the right the Tevatron is included. (Remember these are just my unofficial approximate combinations) The result is a small improvement in the overall level of the peak excess.