June 4 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2014: An episode of "American Pickers" featuring Rocco & Cheaters Speed Shop aired on The History Channel.
- 2007: The Argo Town Council approved construction of a new Argo Municipal Building.
- 2005: The third annual Alabaster CityFest was held.
- 1972: Angela Davis was acquitted on murder charges stemming from a courthouse shooting in San Rafael, California
- 1945: Jefferson Tower and Hillman Hospital merged to form Jefferson-Hillman Hospital.
- 1936: William Bankhead was elected Speaker of the U. S. House of Representatives.
- 1879: The Birmingham Gas Company was chartered.
- 1986: Alabama Crimson Tide tight end Colin Peek was born in Ponte Vedro, Florida.
- 1984: Siberian tigers Mischa and Alexei were born at the Birmingham Zoo.
- 1977: Firefighter Jefferey Farrow was born in Birmingham.
- 1958: Actor Julie Gholson was born in Birmingham.
- 1955: Jefferson County Commission District 2 representative Sandra Little Brown was born.
- 1944: Bishop of Birmingham Robert Baker was born in Willard, Ohio.
- 2021: Former Governor John Patterson died.
- 2017: Convenience store clerk Mike Ngangi was murdered.
- 2011: UAB cardiologist Vijay Misra died.
- 1908: Architect Oliver Marble died in Sandusky, Ohio.
- 1868: Judge Benjamin Porter died in Greenville, Butler County.
- 2018: The Birmingham Iron was announced as a charter team of the new Alliance of American Football.
- 2005: Birmingham Steeldogs 56 - Florida Firecats 40 at Florida.
- 1998: The Birmingham Barons lost the 3rd annual Rickwood Classic to the Greenville Braves.
- 1996: Josh Hancock was selected in the 3rd round of the MLB draft.
- 1994: Jim Wells was named Alabama's baseball coach.