From: http://www.spaceweather.com/ (a good site I'd suggest you check before heading out as they describe the planets, eclipses, aurora, meteor showers, satellite passovers, etc that are/may be visible in the upcoming days).
SPACE ROCKS FOUND: Meteorite hunters have found fragments of the minivan-sized asteroid that exploded over California on April 22nd. Meteorites landed in the vicinity of Sutter's Mill in El Dorado County, CA, the same place gold was discovered in 1848, triggering the California Gold Rush. Astronomers plan to study the fragments to learn more about the asteroid, specificially its composition and origin.
They have links to more reports.
My two coolest meteor sighting included a fireball over Southern California in 1995. It was a caving convention (NOT UL!), I brought the food for 160 people and a hot tub. We were soaking in the hot tub and you know how it's silly to say "look a meteor!" because no one can turn and see it quickly enough? Well, this one went across most of the sky, went from a hot blue-white to a cooler yellow and broke up into chunks. So there was plenty of time to turn and look at it.
The other was driving over an Alaskan pass at midlight in winter. A single meteor made a l-o-n-g track across the sky, went from blue-white to yellow and then PASSED IN FRONT OF A MOUNTAIN! So it had gotten within 2000 feet of ground level. It was a few miles ahead, so I had no chance of finding it, but had it fallen on a frozen lake like that one in Canada that a bystander carefully recovered in nearly pristine condition, that would have been quite the coup.