Let's Get Digital: Stories trending on December 12, 2019

A controversial “Cocaine Santa” Christmas sweater, which was pulled from Walmart's Canadian website over its depiction of Santa appearing to do cocaine, is now an Amazon bestseller — and it's “perfect for cozy days with your family!” according to its current product description.

Organization re-purposes bikes for people in need

It may be a dusty old bike that has been sitting in your garage for years, but for a kid at Christmas, it could be the best present ever. Bikes for Christ is collecting slightly used bikes and money to fix them up.

Seizure monitoring device could help people with epilepsy

Predicting the exact moment when someone with epilepsy will have a seizure is almost impossible. Epilog is worn on the forehead, just below the hairline, or behind the ear. It connects to a phone or tablet via Bluetooth and sends seizure reports to an app. Doctors can use the data to adjust a patient's treatment and lifestyle schedule and hopefully improve their day to day life.

Let's Get Digital: Stories trending on December 9, 2019

Walmart Canada is apologizing for an adults-only Christmas sweater that was considered by many to be in bad taste. The sweater showing Santa with cocaine and the words Let it Snow, appeared on Walmart's Canadian website, according to The New York Post.

Let's Get Digital: Stories trending on December 6, 2019

A Delaware homeowner captured on video an Amazon delivery driver’s reaction after he discovered that she had left an unexpected surprise at the front door. The doorbell camera footage shows Karim Earl Reed III walking up to the Middletown home as he discovered a basket of treats.

Let's Get Digital: Stories trending on December 5, 2019

A new study from Newswhip provided to Axios states that the star of Disney+'s Star Wars series "The Mandalorian" gets nearly twice as many average social media interactions on news stories related to the character than any Democratic candidate in the 2020 race.

Officer cuts head during shootout

The officer was taken to Leesburg Regional Medical Center for his head injury, which was bleeding heavily when he arrived at the scene of the arrest, according to officials.