June 29 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2009: Former Episcopal Bishop Robert Miller died after bypass surgery.
- 2008: Four people were killed when their plane crashed near Blackwater Creek in Walker County.
- 2008: Former BSC Panthers pitcher Connor Robertson was called up to the Arizona Diamondbacks.
- 2006: Mayor Bernard Kincaid commenced the demolition of Eastwood Mall.
- 2006: Broadcast engineer and disc jockey Joe Dentici died of complications from leukemia.
- 2006: Hoover Schools superintendent Connie Williams was dismissed and Andy Craig was named interim superintendent.
- 2001: Birmingham Steeldogs 69 - Baton Rouge Blaze 48 at the BJCC arena.
- 1996: Olympic symbols were displayed on the four sides of the Regions Center as the 1996 Olympic Torch Run passed through the city.
- 1985: Birmingham Stallions 22 - Houston Gamblers 20 in the first round of the USFL playoffs at Legion Field.
- 1969: Soul singer, songwriter, and record producer Shorty Long died in a boating accident on the Detroit River.
- 1958: Bethel Baptist Church was bombed for the second time.
- 1941: Pizitz Middle School science teacher Elizabeth Garner was born in Anniston.
- 1929: "Cousin Cliff" Holman was born in Mobile.
- 1919: Country singer Happy Wilson was born in Haleyville.
- 1918: Grocer J. D. Hill, Jr was born in Phenix City.