A senior at a Florida high school who's been on her own since age 14 was surprised on Wednesday with a brand new car donated by members of her community.
A 16-year-old high school student took himself to prom wearing a handmade outfit that showcased his sense of humor.
If you’re having a hard time with the idea of your child leaving for college, just know that you’re not alone. But there are a few things you can do to make it easier on yourself and your teen.
Colleges can be a hotbed for germs with so many students living in close quarters. So making sure your teen knows the symptoms of certain health conditions — especially more serious ones — and what to do are crucial.
“Almost every student shows up not knowing how to do something, whether it's how to cook a simple meal, manage their money, separate clothing for the laundry, or live compatibly with strangers," says Shannon Reed, a visiting lecturer at the University of Pittsburgh.
A police officer in Alabama is on temporary leave for writing on Facebook that he is “seriously offended” by LGBTQ people, after a gay teen died by suicide.
An 18-year-old cystic fibrosis patient wrote a note on his hospital window, asking people to send pizza — strangers sent the teen 18 whole pies.
A YouTuber's mom is defending her daughter, who has posted a fake wedding ceremony and pregnancy announcement.
The 19-year-old says that the manager told him that they "don't hire people with disabilities."
The eigth-grader may have been trying to "slide down the stairwell on his stomach" on March 25 when he lost his balance.
The boy's mom said that their kindness and inclusion boosted the 5-year-old's confidence.
"It felt amazing to be recognized for who I am — not who I am perceived to be," Georgia teen Dex Frier tells Yahoo Lifestyle
As a teen, Chantelle Hobgood started experiencing numbness and tingling in her lower extremities, which she chalked up to a pinched nerve. When she finally got a diagnosis, she says, “I broke down into tears.”
A Texas teen received her high school diploma during an early graduation ceremony, after she found out that her cancer had spread and decided to not follow through with more treatment.
A teenager from New Jersey has been accepted to 17 colleges and counting, but his road to success wasn't without its bumps.
A 17-year-old girl is being hailed a hero after she reportedly helped rescue akidnapping victim from the trunk of a car after hearing his cries for help
"The reason why I was so cool in that video, I was so not overheated. I know that if I did anything, I would be perceived as the threat instead of perceived as the victim," the teen explained about his demeanor in the video he captured.
She described the suspect to police as a tall African-American. However, Southgate Police Department determined, early in their investigation, that the story did not add up.
"It's kind of insane — no one can see what's under our graduation robes anyway," Lacey Henry, 18, told Yahoo Lifestyle.
It is unknown how much of the vanilla extract the students consumed, but one student was reportedly hospitalized afterward.
The teen was allowed to sober up in his jail cell before meeting his bond. Police in Arkansas said of the teen, "He did the right thing."
"I'm angry as hell that my daughter was not allowed to represent Black History Month," said the tearful New Jersey mom.