It is not my habit to put rumors about as my readers know, but the news is really sensational. Tommaso Dorigo in his blog told that rumors are leaking about a light Higgs seen in one of the two collaborations at Tevatron. Tommaso is working there too.
Rumors say of a Higgs particle having a mass of 115 GeV, very near the limit identified at LEP and so a reason to regret for CERN. This will support the view of a supersymmetric particle. Supersymmetry, for consistency reasons, requires Higgs to be light. On the other side, we know that the Standard Model cannot hold with a superheavy Higgs particle. This implies that a similar identification at LHC should be near and this machine should work out supersymmetry in all its glory.
Finally, let me point out a similar post by the Czech guy.
Update: Fermilab denied rumors about Higgs finding at Tevatron (see here).