So nearly all of the talks at this conference have been reviews — not surprising, given the paucity of fresh data in the field. But there is one machine still chugging along — the Tevatron — and new results were presented by each of the main experiments, CDF and DZero. The new Higgs search results weren’t all that surprising, just incremental advances on the last big rollout of results in the spring. But let’s look at the latest results for CDF in the plot here. You can see that, even without combining their data together for a joint analysis, the individual teams are getting close to excluding certain ranges of Higgs masses.