LANSING, MI (WTVB) - There will be some changes this year to deer hunting rules in Michigan. Ashley Autenrieth with the state Department of Natural Resources, says there are new antler point regulations in the 12 counties in the northern parts of the Lower Peninsula. She tells us that, now, any buck you shoot must have at least three antlers at least one inch in length. If you shoot a second buck, it must have at least four points. Autenrieth says the rules are in response to shifts in harvest data. You can find out all you need to know about deer hunting regulations at www.michigan.gov/deer.