March 10 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2008: The Dogwood Shell Station in Vestavia Hills became the first in the metro area to commercially offer E-85 fuel.
- 2005: Damon Johnson rejoined the other original members of Brother Cane for a reunion show during Phillips Fest at the Alabama Theatre.
- 1995: The Magic City Brewery opened for business.
- 1984: 2 inches of snow fell on the Birmingham area.
- 1934: A massive fire destroyed the Loveman's store.
- 1911: Former president Theodore Roosevelt attended the 7th Annual Conference on Child Labor in Birmingham and addressed crowds in Corey and Ensley.
- 1928: Murderer James Earl Ray was born in Alton, Illinois.
- 1921: Baseball player James Atkins was born.
- 1873: Architect Wallace Rayfield was born in Bibb County, Georgia.
- 2015: Retired U. S. Pipe supervisor Van Williams was murdered in his driveway.
- 2010: Artist Willie Logan died in Tuscaloosa.
- 2009: Sculptor and art professor Jack Granata died.
- 2008: Jazz musician Dennis Irwin died in New York City.
- 1973: Former Birmingham Commissioner of Public Safety Bull Connor died.