February 7 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2009: Frigid Records opened inside Magic City Motor Scooters.
- 2008: Mike Coppage was named the replacement for a vacant Irondale City Council seat.
- 2007: Jimbo Wood became program director of 105.5 The Vulcan.
- 2003: Mike Coppage resigned as BPD Chief of Police to become Director of the Alabama Department of Public Safety.
- 2002: The twin pyramids of the One Concord Center were illuminated for the first time.
- 1983: Milo's Hamburgers opened its first franchise.
- 1938: Rick Woodward sold Rickwood Field to Ed Norton for $175,000.
- 1887: Corbett Bros. harness and saddles was founded at 1914 2nd Avenue North.
- 1818: Blount, Cahawba and Shelby Counties were carved out of Montgomery County by the Alabama Territorial General Assembly.
- 1984: Miss Alabama 2007 Jamie Langley was born.
- 1978: NFL linebacker Tim Johnson was born in Fairfield.
- 1949: Attorney and NRA president Jim Porter was born in Birmingham.
- 1942: Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights Choir director Carlton Reese was born in Westfield.
- 1932: Author Gay Talese was born in Ocean City, New Jersey.
- 1930: Former Alabama State Senator and Representative Jack Biddle was born in Birmingham.
- 1925: Alabama Supreme Court justice Oscar Adams Jr was born.
- 1895: Howard College's first female graduate, Lula Mehaffey, was born.
- 2021: Former Southern Living editor John Floyd died.
- 2020: Former crooner Sammy Salvo died.
- 2016: Poet Laureate of Alabama Andrew Glaze died.
- 2015: Attorney and Alabama Democratic Party chair Redding Pitt died.
- 2015: Vulcan Materials executive Glenn Ireland II died.
- 2007: Teacher Kellie Camp died in a traffic accident.
- 1994: Michael Jordan signed a free agent contract with the Chicago White Sox, parent club of the Birmingham Barons.
- 1970: LSU's Pete Maravich scored a record 69 points in a 104-102 loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide at Memorial Coliseum.