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Nikki Kuhnhausen

Nikki Kuhnhausen's stepfather Vincent Woods, left, and mother Lisa Woods, right, listen to the judge during the bail review hearing for David Y. Bogdanov at Clark County Superior Court on Thursday morning, Jan. 2, 2020. Judge David Gregerson set $750,000 bail Thursday for Bogdanov, the suspect in the slaying of a transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen. Transgender activist and advocate Devon Rose Davis, right, comforts Lisa Woods.

Inslee signs legislation named for slain Vancouver transgender teen

Nikki Kuhnhausen's stepfather Vincent Woods, left, and mother Lisa Woods, right, listen to the judge during the bail review hearing for David Y. Bogdanov at Clark County Superior Court on Thursday morning, Jan. 2, 2020. Judge David Gregerson set $750,000 bail Thursday for Bogdanov, the suspect in the slaying of a transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen. Transgender activist and advocate Devon Rose Davis, right, comforts Lisa Woods.

March 5, 2020, 12:34pm Clark County News

Gov. Jay Inslee signed into law today a bill that will prevent a defendant from using so-called panic defenses upon discovering a victim’s gender identity or sexual orientation. Read story

Nikki Kuhnhausen's memorial was held at Clark College on Sunday evening March 1.

Friends, family, community reflect on life, death of Nikki Kuhnhausen

Nikki Kuhnhausen's memorial was held at Clark College on Sunday evening March 1.

March 1, 2020, 7:48pm Clark County News

On Sunday night at Clark College, about 150 friends, family members and others touched by the life and death of Nikki Kuhnhausen shared tears, hugs and an outpouring of funny and tender stories in a celebration of her life. Read story

A photo of Nikki Kuhnhausen is placed at the front of the room during a vigil Dec. 20, 2019, at the Vancouver United Church of Christ in Hazel Dell.

Celebration of life for Nikki Kuhnhausen set for Sunday at Clark College

A photo of Nikki Kuhnhausen is placed at the front of the room during a vigil Dec. 20, 2019, at the Vancouver United Church of Christ in Hazel Dell.

February 27, 2020, 6:05am Clark County News

A celebration of life for 17-year-old Nikki Kuhnhausen, a Vancouver transgender girl who was killed last year, will be held Sunday at Clark College. Read story

Jeremiah Anderson, left, and his aunt Lisa Woods become emotional after they hug one another outside the Clark County Courthouse the morning of Jan. 2. Superior Court Judge David Gregerson had set $750,000 bail for David Y. Bogdanov in the slaying of Woods' daughter, transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen.

Senate OKs Nikki Kuhnhausen Act

Jeremiah Anderson, left, and his aunt Lisa Woods become emotional after they hug one another outside the Clark County Courthouse the morning of Jan. 2. Superior Court Judge David Gregerson had set $750,000 bail for David Y. Bogdanov in the slaying of Woods' daughter, transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen.

February 26, 2020, 6:08pm Clark County News

The Washington Senate approved legislation Wednesday named after slain transgender teen Nikki Kuhnhausen to prevent so-called panic defenses. Read story

A photo of Nikki Kuhnhausen is placed at the front of the room during the vigil at the Vancouver United Church of Christ in Vancouver on Dec. 20, 2019.

Bill named after slain transgender Vancouver teen seeks to limit panic defenses

A photo of Nikki Kuhnhausen is placed at the front of the room during the vigil at the Vancouver United Church of Christ in Vancouver on Dec. 20, 2019.

February 17, 2020, 7:58pm Clark County News

Rep. Sharon Wylie, D-Vancouver, evoked the memory of slain transgender teen Nikki Kuhnhausen before her colleagues last week approved a bill limiting so-called panic defenses. Read story

Nikki Kuhnhausen's stepfather Vincent Woods, left, and mother Lisa Woods, right, listen to the judge during the bail review hearing for David Y. Bogdanov at Clark County Superior Court on Thursday morning, Jan. 2, 2020. Judge David Gregerson set $750,000 bail Thursday for Bogdanov, the suspect in the slaying of a transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen. Transgender activist and advocate Devon Rose Davis, right, comforts Lisa Woods.

Bail set at $750,000 in death of Vancouver transgender teen

Nikki Kuhnhausen's stepfather Vincent Woods, left, and mother Lisa Woods, right, listen to the judge during the bail review hearing for David Y. Bogdanov at Clark County Superior Court on Thursday morning, Jan. 2, 2020. Judge David Gregerson set $750,000 bail Thursday for Bogdanov, the suspect in the slaying of a transgender Vancouver teen Nikki Kuhnhausen. Transgender activist and advocate Devon Rose Davis, right, comforts Lisa Woods.

January 2, 2020, 12:34pm Clark County News

“Justice for Nikki!” a large crowd chanted three times outside the Clark County Courthouse after a judge set $750,000 bail Thursday morning for the suspect in the slaying of the transgender Vancouver teen. Read story

David Y. Bogdanov makes a first appearance in connection with the death of Nikki Kuhnhausen in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday morning, Dec. 18, 2019.

Vancouver teen’s slaying revives hate-crime discussion

David Y. Bogdanov makes a first appearance in connection with the death of Nikki Kuhnhausen in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday morning, Dec. 18, 2019.

January 1, 2020, 6:00am Clark County News

Since the slaying of 17-year-old Nikki Kuhnhausen, several readers have asked The Columbian whether her killing fits the definition of a hate crime. Read story

A photo of Nikki Kuhnhausen is placed at the front of the room during a vigil for the 17-year-old on Dec. 20 at Vancouver United Church of Christ in Hazel Dell.

NWCAVE continues advocacy for slain transgender Vancouver teen, family

A photo of Nikki Kuhnhausen is placed at the front of the room during a vigil for the 17-year-old on Dec. 20 at Vancouver United Church of Christ in Hazel Dell.

December 27, 2019, 5:43pm Clark County News

A Vancouver-based women’s coalition is continuing its advocacy in support of slain 17-year-old Nikki Kuhnhausen by warning people about fundraisers not approved by the family and by hiring a coordinator. Read story

Rev. Ken Kerr, pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of Portland, leads a prayer during a vigil Friday evening for Nikki Kuhnhausen at Vancouver United Church of Christ in Hazel Dell. About 300 people attended the vigil for the 17-year-old who went missing in June. Her remains were found earlier this month on Larch Mountain. Vancouver police detectives say David Y. Bogdanov, 25, strangled Kuhnhausen to death after learning she was transgender.

Hundreds mourn slain transgender Vancouver teen at vigilvideo icon

Rev. Ken Kerr, pastor of Metropolitan Community Church of Portland, leads a prayer during a vigil Friday evening for Nikki Kuhnhausen at Vancouver United Church of Christ in Hazel Dell. About 300 people attended the vigil for the 17-year-old who went missing in June. Her remains were found earlier this month on Larch Mountain. Vancouver police detectives say David Y. Bogdanov, 25, strangled Kuhnhausen to death after learning she was transgender.

December 20, 2019, 9:01pm Clark County News

Nikki Kuhnhausen’s mother remembers the day her daughter officially came out as transgender. It was the first day of sixth grade. Read story

David Y. Bogdanov makes a first appearance in connection with the death of Nikki Kuhnhausen in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday morning, Dec. 18, 2019.

Man, 25, faces murder allegation in death of transgender Vancouver teen

David Y. Bogdanov makes a first appearance in connection with the death of Nikki Kuhnhausen in Clark County Superior Court on Wednesday morning, Dec. 18, 2019.

December 18, 2019, 9:22am Clark County News

Detectives say a 25-year-old man accused in the slaying of a Vancouver teenager strangled her to death after learning she was transgender. Read story