September 15 in the history of the Birmingham District:
- 2010: Trinity Medical Center received approval from the State Certificate of Need Review Board to relocate to the vacant HealthSouth digital hospital on U.S. Highway 280.
- 2007: We Love West End Day was held at Rickwood Field.
- 2004: The Shelby County Arts Council was incorporated.
- 2003: Bogart's Motorsports opened in Irondale.
- 1978: James Woodward became the second dean of the UAB Department of Engineering.
- 1975: Birmingham officially kicked off its Bicentennial celebrations.
- 1970: Five members of the Alabama Black Liberation Front sat in ambush of Jefferson County Sheriff's Deputies sent to evict Beatrice Turner from her home in Tarrant City. The only shots fired were from law enforcement. All five were arrested.
- 1963: 16th Street Baptist Church was bombed.
- 1958: Cousin Cliff's "The Popeye Show" debuted on WABT-TV.
- 1934: Governor Fob James was born in Lanett.
- 1891: Nouna Illges was born in Muscogee County, Georgia.
- 1852: Shiloh Baptist Church founder Thomas Walker was born in Coosa County.
- 2013: Chelsea founder John Ritchie died in an auto collision on U.S. Highway 280.
- 2010: Former Birmingham-Southern College provost Irvin Penfield died.
- 2008: Dry cleaner Brooksie Lovvorn died.
- 2008: Alabama State University football coach George James died.
- 2008: Musician Dennis "The Rock" Dumas died.
- 1994: Saxophonist Haywood Henry died in the Bronx, New York.
- 1963: Addie Mae Collins, Denise McNair, Carole Robertson, and Cynthia Wesley were killed in the 16th Street Baptist Church was bombing..
- 1963: 16-year-old Johnnie Robinson was killed by police after throwing rocks at cars.
- 1963: Virgil Ware was shot and killed while riding on the handlebars of his brother's bicycle in Docena.
- 1940: U.S. Speaker of the House William Bankhead died in Washington D.C.
- 1936: Historian and newspaper editor George Cruikshank died.