November 28 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2017: Randall Woodfin was sworn in as Mayor of Birmingham.
- 2013: A plane crash in a Trussville field resulted in minor injuries.
- 2006: WRAX-FM informed its employees that the station would cease operation.
- 2006: A grand opening ceremony was held for Lucy's on Thirty-one.
- 2001: A groundbreaking ceremony was held for HealthSouth's "Digital Hospital".
- 1970: Kenny Rogers and the First Edition, Iron Butterfly, The Grass Roots, Dawn, Tony Joe White, The Carpenters, and Mike Nesmith and the First National Band performed at WVOK-AM's "Shower of Stars" at Municipal Auditorium.
- 1966: The Downtown Action Committee and Birmingham Chamber of Commerce sponsored their first Birmingham Christmas parade.
- 1962: The Strand Theater closed after a screening of Roger Corman's "Tower of London".
- 1901: The Alabama Constitution of 1901 was adopted.
- 1866: Industrial promoter N. F. Thompson married Julia Queen in Shelbyville, Tennessee.
- 1994: Parks consultant Raven Hatcher was born.
- 1981: UAB Blazers basketball player Gabe Kennedy was born.
- 1943: Football coach Jackie Sherrill was born.
- 1919: Labor and political activist Caroline Ballin was born in Oregon.
- 1869: Pastor J. M. Watson was born in Lawrence County.
- 1847: Lizzie Jane Linn was born.
- 2019: Former Homewood City Councilor Sherry Traywick died.
- 2016: Artist William Christenberry died in Washington D.C.
- 2007: Tuscaloosa bottler Ed Minges died.
- 1893: Attorney Peyton King died in Birmingham.
- 2015: Alabama defeated Auburn 29-13 in the 2015 Iron Bowl at Jordan-Hare Stadium.
- 1981: Bear Bryant became college football's winningest coach, earning his 315th victory when the Alabama Crimson Tide beat Auburn 28-17 in the 1981 Iron Bowl.
- 1970: Auburn won the 1970 Iron Bowl 33-28.
- 1959: Alabama won the 1959 Iron Bowl 10-0.
- 1953: Alabama won the 1953 Iron Bowl 10-7.